It would seem that the main problem the lady in the video has is that the state she lives in (Maryland) appears to have no open season on crows. I knew that they were protected, but the states I've hunted in all have some type of legal season. In Kansas, the current season / regulations are:
* Season: Nov.10 - March 10, 2008
* Area Open: Statewide
* Limit: No Limit
A little advice if you own any land with any type of water impoundment. Should you ever notice 3 or 4 Canadian geese that have made your pond their home, get a hunting license and a waterfowl stamp and dispatch them at your earliest convenience (they are great eating, btw). I can't tell you how many people around my area (S.E. Kansas) thought it was "cool" when a few Canadian geese decided to make their pond their home until a few years had passed and their pond was now home to hundreds, if not thousands, of geese. Canadian geese are extremely adaptable and will make their home where they can. Unlike crows that are predominately carrion eaters, geese are strictly vegetarians. This usually translates to crops. Large flocks of them can be very destructive.