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Cuban Crow

Corvus nasicus

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A large, black gregarious species of open woodlands, palm savannahs, and human settlements (including agricultural areas and garbage dumps) near woodlands; often found in flocks of up to fifty birds. The similar Palm Crow has a much shorter bill with extensive feathering on top. The Palm Crow also has a flat, harsh “raaah” unlike the Cuban Crow’s “whih waaa” call with the first note inflected upward and the second note downward. Cuban Crows also have a number of shrieking and harsh burbling noises.

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Neotropical Birds

Life histories of all species breeding in Mexico, Central America, and South America