Do corvids need enrichment?
Corvids generally need company of their own kind, which means that corvids should not be raised or kept by their own. All corvids species benefit from entertainment and enrichment being provided. Because corvids are generally neophobic, it might be helful to limit the number of new toys being introduced to a few at the time. As with children, it is certainly a good idea to remove old toys for a while and to reintroduce them at a later time. Toys do not have to be expensive, but natural materials should be a preference, in particular when dealing with wild releasable animals.
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