What is a Murder of Crows?
A murder of crows is the collective noun used to describe a group of crows. The term was first used in the 15th century and has been used ever since to refer to a large flock of crows.
How Many Birds Are in a Murder of Crows?
The exact number of birds in a murder of crows can vary greatly, depending on the size of the flock. Generally speaking, however, a murder of crows typically consists of anywhere from three to twenty birds. Some flocks may even contain up to fifty or more birds.