CROWS – Corvidae
Corvus macrorhynchos macrorhynchos
They are found in the north and the south of Vietnam
The Jungle Crow is a nonmigrational animal and usually they live in flat, rocky fields. Mainly they appear near places where people live.
The Jungle Crow eats all kind of insects, worms, eggs and small birds.
The breeding season is from March to July. Their nests are made in the branches of high trees. The female lay 3 to 4 eggs which can incubate for 15 days.