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Shiny black plumage and a long rounded tail.
Spotted foraging along the beach at Point No Point County Park. Corvus caurinus can often be found foraging along open beaches, rocky shores, tidal estuaries, coastal ponds, inshore islands. Also forages in woods and fields close to shore. Only occasionally moves to fields several miles inland.
Lat: 47.91, Long: -122.53
Spotted on Feb 24, 2019
Submitted on Feb 26, 2019