Thick billed Crow
Present all throughout the northern hemisphere, it is a species of bird with that's most well known everywhere because it can be found in so many geographical areas.
This thick-billed crow, is the largest of the corvids and probably the heaviest passerine; since at maturity, the large crow is between 52 and 69 cm long and its weight varies from 0.69 to 1.7 kg.
Large crows usually live from ten to fifteen years,
but some of them have even lived up to 40 years!
Young birds of this species move in groups and already form as couples that stay together all their lives,
each couple defending a territory. The big crow has coexisted with humans for thousands of years and in some regions are so abundant that they are considered a pesky species.
Part of its success is due to its omnivorous appetite; they are extremely opportunistic, feeding on carrion, insects, food waste, cereals, fruits and small animals.
There have also been several notable demonstrations of problem solving in this species, which suggests that the big crow is very intelligent as they have even been seen using sticks as tools!
They're one of the very few animals who can turn common items into tools for use when problem solving~Mountain Hydrangea,
commonly known as Hortencias, is native to southern and eastern Asia (specifically China, Japan, Korea, the Himalayas and Indonesia)
Most are bushes between one and three meters high, but some of them are also small trees. They can be deciduous or evergreen, however the most widely cultivated are species of temperate climates are deciduous.
Hydrangeas bloom from the beginning of spring until the end of autumn; From clusters that are grouped in branches at the end of the stems.
Each individual flower of hydrangea is relatively small; however, the color display is enhanced by the many different colors seen together in each bundle.
The small flowers
can be pink, white, or blue. In some places it is believed that the hydrangea attracts the dead or death.