Fish Crow

Corvus ossifragus
A Fish Crow specimen on display in the exhibit "Birds of D.C."

DC Information

Common permanent resident along the Eastern Shore and also around the District of Columbia. Nests from late March to late June. The Fish Crow is smaller and has a softer, more nasal call than the Common Crow. Sexes are alike.

Specimen Information

Date:  3/23/1889
Collected By:  WAK Aciher
Locality:  Washington, DC
Sex:  Female
Catalog ID:  116308