Palm Crow

Both forms appear to be closely related to the Fish Crow of the East Coast of the United States and also two smaller species, the Tamaulipas Crow and Sinaloan Crow of Mexico and forms a species group with them.

The Palm Crow is classified as Near Threatened (NT), is close to qualifying for or is likely to qualify for a threatened category in the near future.

* Corvus palmarum - Palm Crow (Cuba, Haiti, Dominican Republic) * Corvus rhipidurus - Fan-tailed Raven (Northeast Africa, Middle East) * Corvus ruficolis - Brown-necked Raven or Desert Raven (Northern Africa, Arabia, southeast to eastern Asia) * Corvus (ruficolis) edithae - Somali Crow or Dwarf Raven (Northeast Africa) * Corvus sinaloae - Sinaloan Crow (Pacific coast More

The Palm Crow (Corvus palmarum) is a relatively small black bird in the crow family that occurs mostly on the large Caribbean island of Hispaniola, itself divided into the two countries of Dominican Republic and Haiti. It was formerly quite frequent on Cuba but has become severely reduced in number and may be almost extinct there. This form is slightly smaller and is usually separated as a sub-species called Corvus palmarum minutus. More

The Dominican local name for the palm crow is cao, which is onomatopoeic of the simple and repetitive call of this bird. There it is locally common, mainly in mountain pine forests and also around the area of the lake Enriquillo. Copyright: Wikipedia. This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from Wikipedia. More

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The Palm Crow (Corvus palmarum) is a relatively small black bird in the crow family that occurs mostly on the large Caribbean island of Hispaniola, itself divided into the two countries of Dominican Republic and Haiti. It was formerly quite frequent on Cuba but has become severely reduced in number... More

The Dominican local name for the palm crow is cao, which is onomatopoeic of the simple and repetitive call of this bird. There it is locally common, mainly in mountain pine... More

The Cuba Palm Crow is a relatively small black bird in the crow family and a close cousin to the Hispaniolan Palm Crow (Corvus palmarum) that occurs mostly Dominican Republic and Haiti. Its habitat is mainly mountain pine forests. Photo: Pedro Genaro Rodriguez UP TO LIST Cuban Parakeet E Aratinga euops. More

Palm Crow - Definition = Palm Crow Conservation status: See text Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Passeriformes Family: Corvidae Genus: Corvus Species: palmarum Binomial name More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Corvidae
Genus : Corvus
Species : palmarum
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