American Crow Corvus brachyrhynchos

Status: Very common naturalized species. Endemic crow exterminated by early colonists. Two crows introduced in 1838 from Nova Scotia. Now a pest bird which causes damage to crops and affects breeding success of local birds such as Longtails.

Local Habitat: Found throughout Bermuda in small groups.

Habits: Nests in dense thickets from April, laying three eggs.

Commonly Seen: Large roost on Town Hill, Smiths Parish

Identification:  Click here

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