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2006-02-24 16:40:18

The Hawaiian Crow (Corvus hawaiiensis) is an interesting species about the size (48-50 cm in length) of the Carrion Crow but with more rounded wings and a much thicker bill. The plumage is soft and lax in texture and it has long, bristly throat feathers. The overall color is a brownish-black becoming browner in more worn plumage. The feet, legs and bill are black. This species is only found only on the island of Hawaii in secluded valleys and ravines of open park-like mountainous forests....

2006-02-24 13:45:28

The Common Raven (Corvus corax) is a large black bird in the crow family. Its feathers are iridescent and the bill is large and slightly curved. At maturity, it is between 24 to 27 inches (60 to 78 cm) in length, with a wingspan twice that. Apart from its greater size, the Raven differs from its cousins the crows by having a larger and heavier beak, and a deeper and more varied barking prrrukk call note. Other field points are the shaggy throat feathers and a longer, wedge-shaped tail....

2006-02-24 12:58:51

The Little Raven (Corvus mellori) was only separated in 1967 from the Australian Raven (C. coronoides) as a distinct species. The most significant difference is its voice. On average it is slightly smaller than the Australian Raven (48-50 cm in length), though sizes do overlap between both species. This bird is more sociable by comparison, often forming large flocks that roam freely over wide areas in search of food. The Little Raven ranges over southeastern Australia from southern South...

2006-02-24 12:43:19

The Australian Raven (Corvus coronoides) is the largest member of the genus Corvus found in Australia. It is more slender than the Common Raven of the Northern Hemisphere but is otherwise similar. Like the other Corvus members in Australia and some species from the islands to the north, it has a white iris distinguished in this species by having a light blue ring around the pupil. The totally black feathers have a beautiful blue or bluish purple gloss in bright light. The area under the bill...

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