Corrina takes a very special big Lingham bowl out and sits with it on the river levee at dawn – just her, her bicycle and the singing bowl. Two black crows are flying overhead and they come down and land on the bike path not more than ten feet away. She keeps ringing the singing bowl and they stomp around a bit, cocking their heads but not making a sound. Sort of unusual behavior for crows. And then they are off. Corrina said these were the same two crows that visited James in the Rainbow Garden 10 miles away. He had been ringing this same bowl just days before.