Crow Management

Crow Management in the City of Nampa

The primary goal of the Crow Management effort is to provide information and educate the community about the crow population in Nampa.  Our staff, with the help of our community volunteers, will act as a resource for our residents and the Nampa business community concerning crow nuisance issues.


The Crow Management Advisory Committee will meet monthly, as needed. Additional meetings will be scheduled related to addressing specific nuisance concerns. 


Our Crow Management Program will focus  on:

  • Education
  • Data Collection
  • Providing Expert Resources Through our Volunteers
  • Information on Proper Cleanup
  • Education and Efforts on Crow Displacement


To Report a Crow Roost

Call Parks and Recreation at 208-468-5858.  Weekdays 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 

Email: rec@cityofnampa.us to the attention of Darrin Johnson, Parks and Recreation Director


We are currently looking for volunteers.  Please complete the volunteer application (Link to application) and submit to the attention of Darrin Johnson, Parks and Recreation Director at rec@cityofnampa.us



CROW MANAGEMENT TRI-FOLD



Download Crow Management tri-fold document here. 
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  MEDIA 

Nampa's crow management efforts have been included on local and national radio media, including: 
NPR's Here & Now  (aired January 25, 2019)
"Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me" (aired September 29, 2018) 
KTVB television
Idaho Press
Idaho Statesman
 


 
 

City of Nampa



Darrin Johnson
Director of Parks & Recreation


Sgt Jamie Burns

Nampa Police Department

Alex Wade
City of Nampa Facilities

Tim Szofran
Nampa Parks Department


Community Experts


Charlie Justus
Idaho Fish and Game, Regional Conservation Officer

Beverly Taylor
Corvid Expert


Clay Cox

Boise State University