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Sabal Palm Sanctuary (LTC 042)
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Passeriformes > Corvidae

Sinaloa Crow

Corvus sinaloae

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Identification

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Small glossy crow, common in northwest Mexico; endemic. Occurs in towns, villages, rubbish dumps, farmland, and semiopen areas with hedges and taller trees; often near water. Roosts locally in mangroves (at times in thousands). Social and usually in flocks, at times of hundreds. Most likely to be confused with male Great-tailed Grackle, which has pale eyes and longer and keel-shaped tail (shed in late-summer molt). Calls are high, nasal caws.

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Neotropical Birds

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