IMOSA Halloween Realistic Handmade Crow Prop 3 Pack Black Feathered Crow Fly and Stand Crows Ravens for Outdoors and Indoors Crow Decoration
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- Highly Realistic Crows Decor:made of sturdy plastic body and high quality feathers, with great workmanship.
- These artificial bird pack come with 3 crow props in assorted poses- 1 flying big crow, 1 medium-size crow spreading the wing, and 1 small crow standing and raising its head.
- Bendable wires on the feet allow for temporary attachment to fences, furniture, branches,fences, pumpkins, chair backs, or you can let them stay all year long to bring a sense of mystery and intrigue to your decor.
- Scary Halloween and Thanksgiving Display:great for crow hunting in hunted house,placed outdoors on the porch area or in the yard,even place on the scarecrow's shoulder .
- Easy to install-Take away the stick on the shoulder, fix the fly wing,enjoy the great fun of DIY.
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Mystery crow is flying on your porch,spooky is stepping into the festival season. Three crows all in a row to bring a lot of great fun to your hunt theme party,one is flying on the fence,one is hanging on the roof, and the little one stand on the porch.That definitely a cool and scary start for your Halloween.
➼Realistic Handmade Crows are made of high quality black faux feathers and strong plastic body.
➼There is a wire somewhere around the feet.that allow you to attach branches, fences, pumpkins, chair back to decorate the outside and inside scene.
➼Halloween crow prop is a fun addition to your collection of haunted house props and can be placed anywhere that needs just a touch of intrigue
Pair with Halloween lights, tombstone, and other spooky props to make this year’s Halloween Haunt décor a sensational one.
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Okay, first things first. Crows are CRAZY smart. So if you want to get rid of the crows, but don't want to be harassed for the rest of your life, you're going to need a disguise. I am not joking. Put on a big hat, do something to seriously change your look. I did not and I regretted it. Check out YouTube vids for proof. YOU NEED A DISGUISE.
Secondly, put together your crows. You get one big one and two smaller ones. When they get their wings on, they are insanely freaky. So got your disguise and your fake dead crows ... now sneak out, when the crows aren't looking, and put them in plain view. Sidewalk, front stoop, whatever. Then run like heck. Within 30-45 seconds, your sky will be filled with screaming, shrieking, extremely upset crows. It is so freaky. It's like the start of a horror movie. Stay hidden. You don't want them mad at you!
They will freak out for a good while, then when they've flown into other trees and you've made your point, sneak out with your disguise and go fetch your fake dead crows. Now what happened to me, I went from a neighborhood full of squawking, super aggressive crows to silence. Except for the one who still sits in my tree and watches me. I am not kidding. I didn't wear a disguise and I regret it. Whenever I come outside, he shrieks his head off.
But - when he doesn't see me - he is nice and quiet. Mission mostly accomplished.
Also - if you want them for a Halloween decoration - DO NOT LEAVE THEM OUTSIDE OR THE CROWS WILL GO INSANE. Keep 'em in your house people.
I kept mine outside this Halloween for about a month. They might be good for one more year as they're not very weatherproof.