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Sabal Palm Sanctuary (LTC 042)
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Passeriformes > Corvidae

Jamaican Crow

Corvus jamaicensis

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Identification

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An all black and somewhat large species that prefers wet forests but also occurs in open woodlands. Often found perched high on bare branches of trees or working epiphyte clumps and tree nooks in search of large insects and small lizards. All species in its range that are entirely black are considerably smaller than the Jamaican Crow. Calls include emphatic harsh “raaaa,” given singly or in series, a more leisurely “craaa-aa” and variations thereof, and somewhat of a musical burbling.

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