Crows are notoriously disagreeable birds, in every respect. The majority of the population would conform to the fact that the birds are scavengers, and that they are not suitable for eating. An old joke among outdoorsmen holds that if you get lost in the woods without any food and manage to catch a crow, you should put it in a pot with one of your boots, boil it for a week, and then eat the boot. Eating crow, therefore, is an especially unpleasant and humiliating thing to have to do.
I, however, totally disagree...since the same could be said for shrimp, lobster, crab, and snails (Escargot); yes, those animals are all scavengers and they are on many menus and are very expensive too.
(Yes, one day soon I will post on how to raise your own garden variety escargot and cook them up too!)
As I was outside, watching the bread cook on the BBQ, I saw a couple of crows fly by and was reminded about the http://www.crowbusters.com/ website I came across last year or the year before and thought to my self...yea, I gotta post a link.
If you think you can't eat crow...go check out their website... here is a paragraph...
When I think about how much deer are roaming around Los Angeles and it's suburbs, I'm thinking I can add a little crow to my menu...if, I really needed to.