This category deals with the biology of birds in the family Corvidae. Corvids include:
  • Crows (Genus Corvus)
  • Ravens (Genus Corvus)
  • Jays (Genera Platylophus, Gymnorhinus, Cyanocitta, Aphelocoma, Cyanolyca, Cyanocorax, Garrulus, and Perisoreus)
  • Magpies (Genera Pica, Platysmurus, Cissa, Urocissa, and Cyanopica)
  • Treepies (Genera Dendrocitta, Crypsirina, and Temnurus)
  • Various Magpie-Jays, Bush-Crows, Ground-Jays, Nutcrackers, Choughs, Piapiacs, Jackdaws, and Rooks.
The typical corvid is an insectivore or omnivore, nesting in trees, and raising one clutch a year.

Subcategories 9

The Aviary
Facts, fiction, images, spirituality, and links of the Corvidae family.
Black-naped Oriole (oriolus chinensis)
Fact sheet on feeding, breeding and migration, with description, call, distribution, status in Singapore, threats, photos and references.
Common Iora (Aegithina tiphia)
Fact sheet on feeding, breeding and migration, with description, call, distribution, status in Singapore, threats, photos and references.
Corvidae Calls
Sound files and description of the calls of the birds in the Corvidae family.
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