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|17.5" 44.5cm||39" 99cm||16oz 453.6g||Corvidae||Corvus brachyrhynchos|
Distribution: The American Crow, is the crow that is most commonly seen in North America. It is seen throughout all of the accessible regions, even up to and into the northern tundras. The crow is known for its intelligence and has a wary nature of humans. It is seen from Newfoundland and Labrador up to the coast of Northern Quebec, around James Bay and into the southern boundaries of the Northwest Territories. From northern British Columbia to the base of California and across all the southern border states with Mexico. As well, it can be found at the tip of southern Florida and up the Atlantic coast to Nova Scotia.