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Shared on YouTube and Facebook at 11am, Saturday, 23 October, Families

Crows: Spooky or Smarties

Free Admission

Hooded Crow (Corvus cornix) in the collections of the National Museum of Ireland - Natural History
Crows are often associated with the supernatural and spooky time of Halloween. Discover the Irish links between crows and Halloween, and learn about the real animal behaviour behind the superstitions! Did you know that crows are one of the smartest groups of animals on the planet? Swoop in to this fun family online talk to discover more about these brainiest of birds!

Ask us your questions about all things crows using the comments section on YouTube and Facebook, for Museum educators to answer throughout the day.

Link to View: YouTube or Facebook

Test your skills against the cleverest of crows by downloading our free, fun activity sheet "Crows: Birdbrains or Brainiacs" here


Crows: Spooky or Smarties is located at:
Natural History,
Merrion Street,
Dublin 2
D02 F627

Crows are often thought to be a spooky animal, but did you know that they are also one of the smartest? Learn more about clever crows in this fun online family event.

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Natural History

Natural History,
Merrion Street,
Dublin 2,
D02 F627

+353 1 677 7444