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Carrion Crow

Corvus corone


With brownish black feet, eyes and beak, its feathers are predominantly white, showing a gradient to brown on its head.


Found in a park on a large green field among crows, searching the grass for food.


For weeks, everytime I went for a walk, I kept seeing this unique white bird amongst other black crows, probably due to leucism. I was finally able to take a picture of him after weeks of spotting him.

1 Species ID Suggestions

Carrion Crow (corone)
Corvus corone corone Linnaeus, 1758 Corvus corone corone (Carrion Crow (corone)) - Avibase

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Võ Anh Tuấn
Võ Anh Tuấn 2 years ago

Zariga, Of course it's up to you.

Sof 2 years ago

Might very well be that one, yes... though not sure if albino would be the right term. Leucistic perhaps.

I'll add that as its species, thank you! If wrong, perhaps someone else will correct it.

Võ Anh Tuấn
Võ Anh Tuấn 2 years ago

Corvus corone corone (albino) ???

Sof 2 years ago

Glad you like it Jae and thanks for the input, I corrected it in the description!

Jae 2 years ago

By the way I think it's a crow. The beak to me looks smaller and less curved than that of a raven.

Jae 2 years ago

Wow awesome spotting, Zariga!

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England, United Kingdom

Spotted on Sep 10, 2021
Submitted on Sep 10, 2021

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