Jackdaw - Corvus monedula Corvus monedula


Size: 13 inches (33 cm)
Habitat: Woodland, farmland, cities and coastline
Feeding: Insects, carrion, eggs, young birds, fruit, seeds
Eggs: 3 - 5 light blue with black spots laid April - May, incubation about 18 days

The Jackdaw is black with a grey nape to the neck. It has a slightly stubby beak and striking white eyes. Both sexes are alike.

Jackdaws are renowned for stealing, not only food, but other useless objects.



Jackdaw - Corvus monedula
Jackdaw - Corvus monedula  

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