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Connie Provencher — February 26, 04:57PM

is it possible to see a fish crow in northern Vermont?

This morning we had a pair of birds at our feeder that look like fish crows. They looked just like reg. crows but much smaller - not much bigger than a blue jay. They were not grackles. Both were solid black with black beaks. We live in the NEK of Vermont on the Canadian border and the Conn River which has not frozen over this winter.

Filmore — February 26, 01:19PM

Why don't you look at a range map? Bird field guides usually have a small map showing the range of each species.

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Connie Provencher — February 26, 02:13PM

I have looked at maps and they don't show its range as far north as us. I also looked at the responses to the GBBC for both Vermont & New Hampshire and none were reported.

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Paul Brown — February 28, 03:30PM

The only reliable way to tell a fish crow from an American crow is to hear it. They sound distinctly different.

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