Crows and humans are more similar than most people think. These birds are extremely intelligent and tend to care for their families just like us, humans.
The blue-eyed baby crows leave their parents’ nest when their eyes turn brown and their feathers start to grow. They still can’t fly or find food by themselves, so the elder crows continue taking care of the young birds. Furthermore, these creatures will even accept newborns that aren’t related to their family and will take care of them. Not only that, but they will also protect them and look after them as if they were their own babies. Since these birds are intelligent and have the ability to form extremely strong bonds between one another, it’s a widely known fact that they remember their family relatives even after they’ve left the parents’ nest.
Just like we, humans, tend to visit our parents even years after we’ve moved out from their home, the adult crows also visit their parents’ nests.