Crows are members of a widely distributed genus of birds, Corvus, in the family Corvidae. Ranging in size from the relatively small pigeon-size jackdaws to the Common Raven of the Holarctic region and Thick-billed Raven of the highlands of Ethiopia.
There are also white crows. Some species of 'category: corvus' also are white and not all of them are completely black. Are not crows albinos, because they know that the eyes are blue pigment. If they were albinos would have red eyes or rosados.
The Rufous Treepie, Dendrocitta Vagabunda is a treepie, native to the Indian Subcontinent and adjoining parts of Southeast Asia. It is a member of the crow family, Corvidae. It is long tailed and has loud musical calls making it very conspicuous.
Several native legends credit the White Raven for bringing light to the world by freeing the sun, moon, and stars which were locked away by an evil being. In the course of its heroic deed White Raven was turned to black.
The Northern Hawk-Owl (Surnia ulula), or Northern Hawk-Owl in North America, is a non-migratory owl that usually stays within its breeding range, though it sometimes irrupts southward. It is one of the few owls that is neither nocturnal nor crepuscular.
The majority of crows mate for life. Although they reach sexual maturity at age two, many crows don't mate until later - they are waiting for the right partner. Unless their partner is killed, most crows stay with the same mate, year after year.
Staartmees/Long tailed Tit - They travel in groups but rarely come into the garden preferring to feed on buds and insects on trees.recently I've a few coming to feed on the feeders hanging in the yard :)