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Birds of North America, Vagrant Visitors, Introduced Birds and Possibilities

Crows

Corneilles

Corvidae

Lives, Habitats & Pictures of the Crows


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Although there are four different types of crows in North America, only the sound and cries they make can differentiate one from the other. The appearance and size are similar to one another.

The American Crow has the largest range, from the prairies in Canada to the east coast and down into the southern states. The Fish Crow is not as large and its range is in the southern states as well. The Northwestern Crow lives on the west side of the Rocky Mountains and along the western coastlines. The most southern crow is the Tamaulipas Crow and is found in southern Texas and into Mexico.

All crows are scavengers and are adept at eating a wide range of foods, including crops such as corn and cereal. They are known for their cunning ways and are perceived as intelligent. They are wary of man because he is their main predator. These birds will not tolerate any type of birds of prey and will taunt and attack them until they leave their territories.

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References to Other Bird Sites:

Avibase - the world bird database

ABA - American Birding Association

AOS - The American Ornitholgy Society

ABC - American Bird Conservancy

eBird - TheCornellLab of Ornithology

NA - National Geographic

NAC - National Audubon Society


Classic Collection of North American Birds

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