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Northwestern Crow

Corvus caurinus

Description:

Northwestern Crows are smaller than the closely related American Crows and have lower, huskier voices.

Habitat:

Spotted at Kalaloch Beach. Northwestern Crows are typically associated with tidal areas. They are generally found in semi-open habitats such as rocky beaches, forested shorelines, tidal estuaries, and coastal ponds, around seabird colonies and garbage dumps, and in towns, cities, and campgrounds. They often nest near intertidal flats.


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Washington, USA

Lat: 47.61, Long: -124.38

Spotted on Dec 25, 2018
Submitted on Dec 28, 2018

Reference

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