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Northwestern Crow --(Corvis caurinus) (61014 bytes)

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Northwestern Crow
Corvis caurinus

There were a few crows hanging out in some alder trees a short distance off one of the trails. When I stood still they did not make any noise, but each step I took, one or more of them would caw at me.

Location: Sitka National Historical Park, Sitka, Alaska

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