Australian Crow

The Torresian Crow was described by ornithologist Charles Lucien Bonaparte in 1850,

The Australian Crow is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Australian Crow-Matrix Inspired Gothic Action Film 'GABRIEL' DVD Pre Order - by Chris Churchill, January 28, 2008 2:41 PM Action, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Thriller, UK, Ireland, Australia & New Zealand gabriel-poster-0.jpg A film which I've been closely following is the impressively looking Australian Crow-Matix hyrid 'GABRIEL', the film released by Sony in Australia didnt set the box office alight though. More

Common Australian Crow Butterflies are shiny black in colour with scattered white marks on their wings. They reflect the dark blue colour under sun light. Male and female look similar except male has the narrow opaque make on the forewing. wpe4.jpg (21542 bytes) wpe17.jpg (55553 bytes) wpe17.jpg (58663 bytes) At night the butterflies aggregate together in sheltered area. In winter their aggregation may even be in a very large number. Monkey Rope, Strawpod - Common Australian Crow' host plant wpe6. More

Two top Australian Crow Cams boat teams have recently had the opportunity to test themselves against the world’s best and both came away as world champions. Brian McCosker and Liberty Racing have dominated Blown Alcohol Displacement boat racing in Australia for many years. More

Australian crow trap: (a) completed trap, (b) end view, and (c) plan of “ladder” openingFigure 2. Australian crow trap: (a) completed trap, (b) end view, and (c) plan of “ladder” opening A second and more commonly used trap for crows is the Australian Crow Trap (Fig. 2), a type of decoy trap. These traps are most successful if used during the winter when food is scarce. Australian crow traps should be at least 8 to 10 feet (2.4 to 3 m) square and 5 to 6 feet (1.5 to 1. More

Australian Crow Caterpillars >> view A pair of Australian Crow Caterpillars share a meal on a benjamin fig tree. The caterpillars have fo ...>>> view Sizes available : 1, 2 and 5 Mp 2. Caterpillar to pupa 2. Caterpillar to pupa >> view The caterpillar attaches itself to the underneath of a leaf and starts to lose the colour in its str ...>>> view Sizes available : 1, 2 and 5 Mp 3. More

Australian Crow (some call it a Raven) Not easy to get this close, I hid and used 200mm IS lens. Canon EOS 20D 70-200mm f2.8 IS full exif other sizes: small medium large original previous | next More

Australian Crows but it has snow white feathers at the base of the head and neck which you can see when they are blown by the wind. It also shuffles its wings when it lands. It grows from 48 to 50cm in length. Voice: The Torresian Crow's voice is quite different from the Australian raven. It makes a nasal uk-uk-uk-uk-uk or sometimes an ok-ok-ok-ok sound which can get very annoying when there are a lot together like at our school. More

locate Australian Crow Butterfly links and information about Australian Crow Butterflies Euploea core corinna for the suburban community of Sunnybank, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. More

Wadalba australian crow caterpillar Euploea core Show album options Hide album optionsPrint on Print on Butterfies of Wadalba 1. blue triangle ... 17. mothDSCF6128 18. moth-on-pat... 19. mothra 20. australian ... 21. Chrysolaren... 22. Common... 23. common-brow... ... 84. noctuidae3D... More

Picture of Corvus orru above has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial.
Original source: Michael Jefferies
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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Corvidae
Genus : Corvus
Species : orru
Authority : Bonaparte, 1851