Hooded crow – Corvus cornix

Although hooded crows are more usually associated with Ireland and Scotland, there are usually one or two around about Newborough, feeding in the fields at the edge of the forest. They seem to have paired up with regular carrion crows, so there are probably hybrids around too.

A hooded crow (Corvus cornix) with its carrion crow partner.

A hooded crow (Corvus cornix) with its carrion crow partner alongside Newborough Forest..

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