I live 150 feet from an elementary school. When this school is in session, we have a crow problem. These attractive birds sing their songs and poop on my front lawn. My wife’s response has been to blast them with owl sounds and to use owl balloons to make our house look scary. Now that it is summer time, the crows are gone. Their pursuit of food has nudged them somewhere else. I look forward to seeing them again this fall. This raises a question. Who is better able to adapt to changing circumstances, crows or people?
UPDATE on truffle migration and climate change.