July 2010 - Northwestern Crow
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Northwestern Crow, Corvus caurinus
Northwestern Crow, Corvus caurinus

The Northwestern Crow is a very close relative of the American Crow and is found along the west coast from Alaska to Washington. It is an intelligent bird and spends its day scrounging around for food of all types, often hiding it away above the tide line to enjoy later on.

In flight it's easy to distinguish a crow from a raven by the shape of the tail. The raven's tale is spade-shaped while the crow's is squared off.

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