Crow

 
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Oh my look at it's eyes

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Guest - Sep 26, 2005 07:31 PM EDT
I'm not sure what the bird is, but it's a terrific and interesting shot. (However, I don't think it's a magpie. They have gorgeous long white feathers in their tails. VERY elegant looking.)
Guest - May 19, 2005 04:30 AM EDT
Note the yello eye, slim beak, and long lean body. I'd say its a Great-tailed Grackle http://www.birds.cornell.edu/programs/urbanbirds/BirdGuide/ubs_UBPGuideGreattailGrackleEN.html
Guest - Mar 12, 2005 09:02 PM EDT
wondering if it might be a magpie? altho am not too sure what they are like.
Guest - Mar 12, 2005 07:48 PM EDT
I live on the East Coast. I was out West(Vegas) I do think they look different it is bigger and longer it even sound different .This particular crow was taken on the "strip" I assume it is used to having humans in close proximity.
Guest - Mar 12, 2005 04:21 AM EDT
nice shot, like the contrast between the black bird and the airiness of the pine fronds. And the yellow eye of course. Our crows look a bit different to this. haven't seen one with as long a tail as this one has.
Guest - Mar 12, 2005 04:07 AM EDT
I like how that yellow eye is checking you out!
Guest - Mar 10, 2005 11:13 PM EDT
This is a great shot of the crow. How did you manage to get so close. Our's fly away as soon as they see you. I did have a pet crow once...they are very smart.

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