Definition of American crow
: crow 1c Everyone knows the American crow, a large black bird that often roosts in enormous flocks during the winter. Its call is the simple and familiar, “caw, caw, caw.” — Scott Shalaway, Charleston (West Virginia) Gazette, 25 Mar. 2007
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