Stresemann's Bush Crow

The range of this species is quite restricted being confined to thorn Acacia country in southern Ethiopia near Yavello , Mega and Arero. It can be curiously absent from apparently suitable country nearby to these areas, the reasons for this not being apparent.

Picture of the Stresemann's Bush Crow has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution.
Original source: Sandy Watt from Nottingham, England
Author: Sandy Watt from Nottingham, England

The Stresemann's Bush Crow is classified as Endangered (EN), considered to be facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.

* Stresemann's Bush Crow, Zavattariornis stresemanni * Nutcrackers * Nucifraga (2 species) * Holarctic magpies * Pica (3-4 species) * True crows (Crows, ravens and jackdaws) * Corvus (some 43-45 species, 1 possibly recently extinct, 1 extinct in the wild) More

* Stresemann's Bush Crow from the Internet Bird Collection External links - * Anthony Disley line drawing of Stresemann's Bush Crow * BirdLife Species Factsheet Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia. More

Stresemann's Bush Crow Named after the German ornithologist Erwin Stresemann, Stresemann's Bush Crow (Zavattariornis stresemanni), also known as Abyssinian Pie, Bush Crow or by its generic name Zavattariornis, is a rather Starling-like member of the Crow family, Corvidae. It is slightly larger than the North American Blue Jay, Cyanocitta cristata and is a bluish-grey in overall appearance becoming almost white on the forehead. The throat and chest are creamy-white with the tail and wings a glossy black. More

STRESEMANN'S BUSH CROW, Zavattariornis stresemanni. front cover for forthcoming 'Field Guide to the Birds of North East Africa'. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Corvidae
Genus : Zavattariornis
Species : stresemanni
Authority : Moltoni, 1938