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11 Cute Crow Gifts for the Corvid Lover

For the crow-enthused, we've rounded up a selection of crow gifts. Check out crow coffee mugs, crow-themed clothing, crow books and more.

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“Cawfee” Mug

Need your morning coffee—er, caw-fee? This mug features a too-cute crow holding its own coffee mug. It’s available in 11 or 15-ounce options, as well as options with accent colors. Pair each mug with a bag of coffee for great crow gifts.

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Crow Pin

This gorgeous crow pin will make a perfect addition to your birding backpack! Made from silver-plated enamel, its eye-catching design will draw attention from birders everywhere… just like crows caw-ing in the trees. Looking for more than just crow gifts? Check out our favorite bird home decor items to feather your nest.

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“The Crows Are My Friends” T-Shirt

If you’re an honorary member of your local murder, you need this shirt. It features one of these delightful black birds, along with the words, “The crows are my friends.” Sizes from XS to 3XL are available, along with dozens of colors. If you’d prefer the design on something else, the seller also offers a magnet, a tote bag and stickers.

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Crow Hat

This fun embroidered hat is perfect for taking a crow with you everywhere you go. The crow design is stitched on, so you don’t have to worry about it peeling off—and the hat adjusts to fit a wide range of sizes. You can pick from more than 20 colors!

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Crow Blanket

Cuddle up on the couch with your favorite black birds. This crow blanket is handmade, super soft and machine washable. Choose from three different sizes.

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Black Crow or Raven Earrings

These cute crow stud earrings are a subtle way to show your corvid love to the world. Psst—don’t miss these hummingbird necklaces and jewelry items from Etsy.

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Crow Sweatshirt

Stay warm and represent your favorite corvid, all at once. This green sweatshirt features a pretty, hand-printed crow design. Sizes from XS to 2XL are available.

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Crow Pillowcase

Add a crow or two to your house or outdoor space with this crow pillow slipcover. Note that a pillow insert is not included. The pillowcase is made from polyester and is machine washable.

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Gifts of the Crow Book

Learn about crows’ incredible intelligence with this book from John Marzluff and Tony Angell. Topics covered include crows’ language, how and why they mourn their dead, their use of tools and, of course, how they give crow gifts to people who show them kindness.

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Crow Composition Notebook

If you’re looking for a new journal, why not choose one with crows? This paperback, college-ruled notebook with 110 pages is sure to last you a while, and it features a crow design on the front cover.

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Conspiracy to Murder Mug

You probably already know a group of crows is called a “murder.” This mug uses that terminology to comedic effect, imagining what a conspiracy to murder and an attempted murder might mean for crows. Grab one as a gift for a friend who loves listening to true-crime podcasts. Choose from 11- or 15-ounce sizes.

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Emily Hannemann
Emily Hannemann is an associate digital editor for Birds & Blooms. She has a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in magazine writing from the University of Missouri - Columbia. When she’s not writing and editing, you’ll find her swimming, running, or hiking. She knows blue jays are controversial, but she loves them anyway.