How long does a North American crow live?

Answer The American crow is a large black bird found in the United States, southern Canada and northern Mexico. It has an average lifespan of seven or eight years, though this species has been known to li... Read More »

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For people who live outside North America: Do you find American accents appealing?

I live in Kent, about an hour away from London. In case you're reading this in what you perceive to be my voice, I'll try to explain my accent, 'cause most people'll assume I'm either ridiculously ... Read More »

The Habitat of the American Crow?

The American crow measures between 17 and 21 inches in height, with a wingspan of up to 3 feet. Unlike many other avian species, offspring stay with their parents for up to 18 months, helping to de... Read More »

How long do american bald eagles live?

American Bald Eagles typically live 30 to 35 years in the wild. Eagles living in captivity live longer; in some cases, up to 50 years. Bald Eagles are currently protected under several acts, includ... Read More »

Can an American live in American Samoa indefinitely?

Any person can live in American Samoa indefinitely if he establishes residency. To establish residency, you must live there more than 50 percent of any year, not leave for more than 12 months with... Read More »