The Hooded Crow Corvus corone cornix has grubby grey body plumage with black wings and tail, a black head, throat and centre of the upper breast. It is found north and west of the Clyde-Dornoch line, and throughout Ireland and on the Isle of Man. All crows are wary birds that utter a harsh, slightly slurred creeaa-creeaa-creeaa call.
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The Hooded Crow Corvus corone cornix has grubby grey body plumage with black wings and tail, a black head, throat and centre of the upper breast. It is found north and west of the Clyde-Dornoch line, and throughout Ireland and on the Isle of Man. All crows are wary birds that utter a harsh, slightly slurred creeaa-creeaa-creeaa call.

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Date: 27 Jun 2013
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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