Yes, crows can eat grapes. In fact, crows are omnivorous birds, which means that they eat a wide variety of foods including fruits, vegetables, insects, and even small animals. Grapes are a good source of nutrition for crows, providing them with a source of carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals. However, crows may not eat grapes exclusively and will likely also eat other types of food as well.
Here is a video of a crow eating fox grapes in my backyard. I have tried them myself and while pretty sour, I could eat them if I was stranded in the woods. The crow seems to like them too.
Fox grapes, also known as Vitis labrusca, are a type of grape that is native to North America. They are often used to make wine, juice, and jelly, and they are also eaten as fresh fruit. It is likely that crows would be able to eat fox grapes as well, as they are not toxic to birds. Crows are opportunistic eaters and will eat a wide variety of foods, so they would probably be interested in trying fox grapes if they came across them.
Crows are basically omnivorous scavengers. American crows eat almost anything, including insects, fruits, grains, mice, eggs, frogs, carrion, and mealworms. They are native birds in the United States and Canada, found in urban, suburban, and agricultural areas. Additionally, it’s generally not recommended to feed wildlife, including crows, as it can disrupt their natural foraging behaviors and lead to dependence on human-provided food.