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Name Of Crow

Name Crow
Male Name cock
Femle Name hen
Kids/Baby Name chick
Group Name murder, muster
More About Crow

  • Crows are generally black, with black beaks and legs, but they can also be black with white, gray, or brown coloring.
  • The common crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos) is approximately 20 - 30 cm long, with a wingspan double that.
  • Crows range all over North America, and some species or another can be found just about anywhere. They thrive in mountains, woodlands, across plains and farmers' fields, and throughout urban areas.
  • While they are raising their young, crows are not very gregarious creatures. However, they are migratory, and will assemble in large flocks in the fall, to travel south.
  • Crows nests are bulky structures built in trees or bushes. They are made of twigs, lined with bark, grasses, and rootlets.
  • The female crow lays 4-7 eggs in the nest, and the male helps incubate them. These eggs are greenish or bluish, and blotched with brown.
  • Once hatched, the young remain in the nest 6 - 8 weeks, and in their early life they eat almost half of their weight per day in food, which the parents bring to them.
  • Crows are omnivorous - they will eat anything edible, and many things which aren't.
  • Their regular diet includes animal and vegetable matter, insects, crops (especially corn), and occasionally the eggs or young of other birds.
  • Despite their bad reputation for eating crops, crows also eat a number of pests which are harmful to those same crops, including cutworms, wireworms, grasshoppers and even noxious weeds.
  • As members of the corvid family, crows are considered to be among the most adaptable and intelligent birds in the world.
  • Crows have a varied and evolved language. They can mimic the sounds made by other animals, and they learn to associate noises with events, especially with the distribution of food.
  • Well-adapted to diverse habitats, crows are found across North America. They thrive in cities and suburban areas where they live in close association with humans.
  • Crows roost at night in large flocks of up to several thousand during the winter. During the day, smaller groups may fly up to fifty miles in pursuit of food.
  • 31 species of crows are found worldwide with exceptions being in New Zealand, South America and Antarctica
  • Crows, both male and female, have entirely black plumage, bills, legs, feet and claws
  • Crows use a mixed habitat including woodlands for roosting, nesting and perching, open areas, agricultural fields, coastal wetlands, marshes, rivers and streams.
  • Crows are called short distance migrants. Some may only move a few miles from the nesting territory to ones that move a few hundred miles. This seems to occur more in the northern climates where winters get fairly harsh

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