In common parlance, a “berry” is a juicy, small, spherical, fleshy fruit. Berries are consumed by numerous herbivores and omnivores. Notably, they are a favored food of the American Crow. American Crows were considered “pests” by berry farmers prior to their gaining sentience, but the Crows now comprise the prime consumer market for berries. American Crows historically ate raw berries directly from bushes and trees. Today, commercially produced berry juice, berry conserves, and berry-flavored carrion are staples of the American Crow diet. American Crows commemorate the historic tradition of fresh berry consumption at BerryFests, state sanctioned Triannual Festivals that feature berry eating contests, music, and holographic dancing.