carrion crow

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Synonyms for carrion crow

American vulture smaller than the turkey buzzard

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Blood parasites in hooded crows (Corvus corone comix) in northwest Italy.
I shall raise a glass to my friendship with corvus corone, wish him all the best and reflect on what's important in life.
in 2007 and later that year, a new variant called the Corvus Corone Phantom appeared at Friedrichshaven, powered by a Rotax 912.
Carrion crows (Corvus corone) form stable groups that share the responsibilities of breeding and caring for the young.
In contrast, (Milne 1974) showed that the proportion of eider nests being destroyed in a northeastern Scottish colony by carrion crow Corvus corone and herring gull increased as the season progressed.
Latin name: Corvus corone Family: Crows and allies (Corvidae) Overview: One of the cleverest, most adaptable of our birds.
Of the other three species, two (Corvus frugilegus, the "Rook," and Corvus corone, the "Eastern Carrion Crow") are only occasional visitors to south Asia, and then only at its northern and northwestern fringes.
In 2006-2010, an epizootic of emerging avian pox occurred in carrion crows (Corvus corone) and large-billed crows (Corvus macrorhynchos), leading to mortality of juvenile crows in Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan.