18 January, 2010

Sinaloa Crow

Scientific Name: Corvus Sinaloae

Population Estimate: 50K to 500K

Range / Habitat: It occurs on the Pacific slope from southern Sonora south to Manzanillo. The crow inhabits coastal regions where it forages on the seashore, semi-desert, open woodlands, river banks and hills up to 300 metres or more. It is very common around coastal towns and villages.

Field Notes: The Sinaloa Crow (Corvus sinaloae) is a crow native to western Mexico. It has the same purple-glossed, silky, black plumage with a black bill, legs, and feet. The two species differ markedly in voice.

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