The Jataka, Vol. II, tr. by W.H.D. Rouse, , at sacred-texts.com
 "Who is this pretty Crane," etc.--This story the Master told at Jetavana about some greedy Brother. The two stories are just the same as the last. And these are the verses:--
"Do you not know me, friend, indeed?
Together we were used to feed!
I would not do as I was told,
So now I'm plucked, as you behold."
"You'll come to grief again, I know--
It is your nature to do so.
When people make a dish of meat
’Tis not for little birds to eat."
As before, the Bodhisatta said--"I can't live here any more," and flew away some whither.
When this discourse was ended, the Master declared the Truths and identified the Birth:--at the conclusion of the Truths, the greedy Brother attained the Fruit of the Third Path:--"The greedy Brother was the Crow, and I was the Pigeon."