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Hooded Crow

Corvus cornix


The hooded crow is easily identified by its two-color plumage; the body is a dirty grey, while the wings, tail, head and bib are black. It has recently been identified as a separate species from the Carrion Crow.


Like all corvids, Hooded Crows are intelligent opportunists and can be found in both urban and rural settings. This one was gleaning scraps in a parking lot.

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Ava T-B
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Ava T-B

Niederösterreich, Austria

Spotted on Jul 14, 2015
Submitted on Oct 6, 2015

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