hooded crow


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hooded crow

a subspecies of the carrion crow, Corvus corone cornix, that has a grey body and black head, wings, and tail
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WAITING IN THE WINGS Hooded Crow watching ducklings in Blackrock Park in Dublin yesterday
Several Med gulls fed on the shore below Aber on the high tide, while to the west a hooded crow was at Foryd Bay.
Hooded Crow [Corvus cornix], Loman 1979; Florida Scrub-Jay [Aphelocoma coerulescens], Bowman and Woolfenden 2002), while others may select nest sites to minimize exposure of the nest to harsh weather conditions (Pinyon Jay [Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus], Balda and Bateman 1972; Brown Jay [Psilorhinus morio], Lawton and Lawton 1980).
In August 2002, in southern Finland, a diseased wild hooded crow (Corvus corone cornix) was found flying abnormally with coordination problems, abnormal postures, cramps, and paralysis.
Up to three Quails sing from fields south of Holt, a Hooded Crow was at RSPB South Stack, a Black Redstart on the Little Orme, and a female Velvet Scoter was among 8,000 Common Scoters off Llanddulas over the weekend.
Bardsey also hosted several big flocks of white wagtails, plus Lapland bunting, hooded crow and 16 grasshopper warblers, more of which were heard on the mainland, their long buzzing call like a fishing reel among the reedbeds.
A Hooded Crow in hanging posture was imitated by another bird on two occasions, which performed the same posture at the same time.
In addition, and particularly germane to our hypothesis, they isolated West Nile virus from a hooded crow (Corvus corone sardonius) for the first time, demonstrating experimental infection of birds with viremia as high as [10.
A Great White Egret in fields around Cemlyn Pool was the birding highlight of the weekend, with a Hooded Crow at Llanfachraeth near Valley.
A Lapland bunting was a good find at Cemlyn, while more snow buntings were at Kinmel Bay and Bardsey, where a hooded crow and an early Arctic skua were seen.
A spotted flycatcher there was as welcome as 14 on Bardsey, where a common redpoll was among 110 lesser redpolls, and a hooded crow crossed from the Llyen.
Bardsey bird observatory also recorded Black Guillemot, Iceland Gull and Hooded Crow.