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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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Blood parasites in hooded crows (Corvus corone comix) in northwest Italy.
The same may have been the case for Hooded Crows, which previously had been observed in our study area only as single birds, but bred in 2014 given the unusually good resource basis.
Caption: Hooded crows have passed a challenging lab test designed to see whether animals can think in terms of analogies.
However, this test is highly complex as testified to by the fact that even hooded crows and young orange-winged amazons (unpublished data) could not always make the transfer to stimuli in a novel category.
Summary of the monitoring and removal of hooded crows and common eiders from Grindoya and Hakoya during 2006-2008.
On the plus side, there is evidence the eagles have helped to thin out the population of Hooded Crows which are a pest in certain areas.
Director Pantelis Hadjiyerou was responding to the government's decision to allow the shooting of Hooded Crows and Magpies for a certain period of time.
The French call Dominicans Jacobins or "hooded crows"- they were better known as the Spanish Inquisition than as winemakers.
There has been much speculation about the level of damage that is done to our breeding birds by magpies, carrion crows, hooded crows and other corvids.
Even hooded crows, the grey waistcoated scavengers of the far north and Ireland,are making regular passage and winter appearances in several localities.
Isolation of West Nile virus thorn hooded crows and rock pigeons in the Nile Delta.
Hooded Crows were at Connah's Quay, Carmel Head and Bardsey, where a Greenish Warbler was found last week by the Bird Observatory warden who heard it singing while he was in the toilet!