Hooded crow

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The Hooded crow – Corvus cornix is a medium sized crow of Type – ground forager of the Family Corvidae and the Order Passeriformes. It has a large mostly resident range from W Europe to sub-arctic Central Asia, and S to the Middle East & Egypt. Within the AWB Region it is resident in the S Caucasus, Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Cyprus, the Levant and the N Nile Valley of Egypt. There are also some smaller wintering areas in N Syria and adjacent parts of Turkey & Iraq and W Iran.

Type - ground forager - omnivorous constant scavenger, nests in tall trees, cliff ledges, pylons, 
Resident Habitat - farmland, grassland, wood margins, wetland. tidal flats, uplands, urban areas, 
Winter Habitat - varied open and semi open country, 

Order:	Passeriformes
Family:	Corvidae
Genus:	Corvus

Species - Corvus cornix 
Hooded crow - Species - ebird.org
Hooded crow - Species sheet - wikipedia.org
Hooded crow - Birds - birdwatchireland.ie
Hooded crow - Card - oiseaux-birds.com
Hooded crow - Sounds & Maps - xeno-canto.org

Additional Material...
Hooded crow - Images - google.com
Hooded crow - Video - youtube.com
Hooded crow - Species - avibase








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