Difference between revisions of "Corvids"

From WNY Wildlife Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Blue Jay)
Line 18: Line 18:
  
 
=== Blue Jay ===  
 
=== Blue Jay ===  
(Cyanocitta cristata)  
+
(Cyanocitta cristata)<br>
 +
Blue above, light gray below. Black and white markings on wings and tail. Larger than a robin, smaller than a crow. Crest and long tail. Noisy and conspicuous in areas with large trees. Regularly visits feeders.
 
   
 
   
 
{| border="0"  
 
{| border="0"  

Revision as of 21:22, 14 February 2020

BIRDS



Birds of Prey
EaglesFalconsHawksOspreyOwls


Waterfowl
DucksGeeseSwans


Edge-Water Birds
BitternsCranesEgretsHerons


Galliforms
GrousePheasantsTurkeys


Corvids
CrowsJays


Other Birds
BlackbirdsCardinalsChickadeesCormorantsCreepersCuckoosDovesFinchesGrebesGrosbeaksGullsHummingbirdsKingfisherKingletsLarksLoonsNight JarsNuthatchesOriolesPhalaropesPigeonsPipitsPloversRailsSandpipersShrikeSparrowsStarlingsSwiftsSwallowsTernsTanagersThrashersThrushesTitmiceTowheesTyrant FlycatchersWarblersWaxwingsWoodpeckersWrensVireoVultures


Local corvids include crows and jays.

Crows

American Crow

(Corvus brachyrhynchos)

American Crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos) - © David Malak
American Crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos) - © David Malak

Jays

Blue Jay

(Cyanocitta cristata)
Blue above, light gray below. Black and white markings on wings and tail. Larger than a robin, smaller than a crow. Crest and long tail. Noisy and conspicuous in areas with large trees. Regularly visits feeders.

Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata) - © David Malak
Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata) - © David Malak

Ravens

Raven