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Large-billed Crow
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Large-billed Crow
[Corvus macrorhynchos]

[Length 19.5 in. Wingspan xx in.]

This Large-billed Crow was photographed on the grounds of the Meiji Shrine in Tokyo, Japan. Photo taken with a Nikkor 300mm EDAF f4.0 lens on Kodachrome 200 film. (Date: January 1996)


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Northwestern Crow
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Northwestern Crow
[Corvus caurinus]

[Length 16 in. Wingspan 34 in.]

This Northwestern Crow was photographed at Homer, Alaska. Photo taken with a Nikkor 300mm ED f4.5 lens on Ektachrome 200 film pushed to 800. (Date: June 1989)


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Eurasian Jackdaw
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Eurasian Jackdaw
[Corvus monedula]

[Length 13 in. Wingspan xx in.]

This Eurasian Jackdaw was photographed at Carrbridge, Scotland, Great Britain. Photo taken with a Nikkor 180mm EDAF-D f2.8 lens (EFL=270mm) on a Nikon D100 camera. (Date: June 20, 2004)


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Eurasian Jackdaw
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Eurasian Jackdaw
[Corvus monedula]

[Length 13 in. Wingspan xx in.]

This Eurasian Jackdaw was photographed at Stonehenge, England. Photo taken with a Nikkor EDAF 300 f4.0 lens on Kodachrome 200 film. (Date: April 2002)


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Blue Jay
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Blue Jay
[Cyanocitta cristata]

[Length 11 in. Wingspan 16 in.]

With its vibrant blue coloring, distinct black and white markings, and jaunty crest, the Blue Jay has the beauty of a porcelain figurine. However, its raucous "JAY JAY" calls and bullying behavior at feeders shatter this elegant image. Blue Jays are the sentinels of the forest, quickly announcing the presence of any predator with their raucous calls. They occur throughout central and eastern Canada and the US, east of the Rocky Mountains, and are often found in areas with Oak Trees. In winter they withdraw from the northern portions of their range. This Blue Jay was photographed near a feeder in central New Jersey. Photo taken with a Nikkor 180mm f2.8 EDAF lens on Kodachrome 200 film. (Date: Mat 1994)


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Blue Jay
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Blue Jay
[Cyanocitta cristata]

[Length 11 in. Wingspan 16 in.]

This Blue Jay was photographed at a feeding station in Edison, New Jersey. Photo taken with a Celestron 750mm f5.6 lens on Ektachrome 200 film. (Date: April 1976)


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Blue Jay
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Blue Jay
[Cyanocitta cristata]

[Length 11 in. Wingspan 16 in.]

This Blue Jay was photographed at TOS Sabine Woods, TX. Photo taken with a Nikkor 300mm EDAF-S VR f2.8 lens + Nikkor TC20E II 2.0x Teleconverter (EFL=900mm) on a Nikon D200 camera. (Date: April 26, 2007)


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Blue Jay
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Blue Jay
[Cyanocitta cristata]

[Length 11 in. Wingspan 16 in.]

This Blue Jay was photographed at TOS Sabine Woods Sanctuary, Sabine Pass, TX. Photo taken with a Nikkor 300mm EDAF-S VR f2.8 lens + Nikkor TC20E II 2.0x Teleconverter (EFL=900mm) on a Nikon D200 camera. (Date: May 9, 2008)


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