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Corvus brachyrhynchos pascuus
The FLorida Crow is a subspecies of the American Crow. Characteristics and similar. The American crow is a distinctive bird with iridescent black feathers all over. Its legs, feet and bill are also black. They measure 40–53 cm in length, of which the tail makes up about 40%. The wing chord is 24.5 to 33 cm, with the wingspan ranging from 85 to 100 cm. The bill length can be from 3 to 5.5 cm, varying strongly according to location. The tarsus is 5.5 to 6.5 cm and the tail is 13.5 to 19 cm. The body mass can vary from 316 to 620 g. Males tend to be larger than females.
Wooded area near the Ernest Coe Visitor Center at the Everglades National Park, Florida