Eastern Jungle Crow

Eastern Jungle Crow Corvus levaillantii occurs in China in southeastern Tibet and southwestern Yunnan. Very similar to large-billed crow, but slightly smaller, with a slimmer bill and more square-ended tail. Deep, nasal nyark, nyark call, like the quacking of a duck, and distinguishable from calls of other crows in region. — Craig Brelsford

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Daniel Bengtsson served as chief ornithological consultant for Craig Brelsford’s Photographic Field Guide to the Birds of China, from which this species description is drawn.

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