hooded crow


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hooded crow

n
(Animals) a subspecies of the carrion crow, Corvus corone cornix, that has a grey body and black head, wings, and tail. Also called (Scot): hoodie or hoodie crow
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We may safely attribute the greater wildness of our large birds to this cause; for in uninhabited islands large birds are not more fearful than small; and the magpie, so wary in England, is tame in Norway, as is the hooded crow in Egypt.
By God and St Dennis, an ye pay not the richer ransom, I will hang ye up by the feet from the iron bars of these windows, till the kites and hooded crows have made skeletons of you
Four Purple Sandpipers were enjoyed by many people walking the promenade at Rhos Point, and a Hooded Crow was at Aber foreshore.
In the subsequent summer, breeding of two boreal generalist predators, red fox and Hooded Crow, was recorded for the first time in a monitoring area in the Low Arctic tundra of this region.
Future studies assessing the susceptibility of the closely related hooded crow (Corvus cornix) to WNV may also prove to be insightful, as this is the more predominant corvid species in eastern and southeastern Europe, where WNV is more common.
He recalled a peculiar encounter with wildlife near El Fayoum: "I noticed a hooded crow catching snails from a nearby irrigation canal.
The hooded crow watched in Blackrock Park in Dublin as the mother of the newlyborn ducklings travelled from the pond to a grass verge.
huidie craw = hooded crow, carrion crow and black headed gull .
On land, a hooded crow is near Hope, north of Wrexham.
The hooded crow Corvus cornix is an opportunistic generalist predator and scavenger, using mostly visual cues to find a wide range of food including grain, small mammals, carrion and rubbish (Yom-Tov 1974, Coombs 1978).