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Crows (2) - Jays & Magpies

PASSERIFORMES - Parvorder CORVIDA - Family Corvidae - tribe Corvini
This room displays photos of magpies, jays and nutcrackers.
Other birds in the same taxonomic group are found in Crows (1).
Australian Magpie is found in Woodswallows room.

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Grey Jay, Kanada Kakesu or Perisoreus canadensis. photo: 08/1991, Watson Lake, Alaska. Spotted Nutcracker, Hoshigarasu or Nucifraga caryocatactes. photo: 09/1998, Sharna, Bhutan. Black-billed Magpie [1], Kasasagi or Pica pica. photo: 03/2000, Saga, Japan.

Eurasian Jay (ssp: Japanese Jay) [1], Kakesu or Garrulus glandarius japonicus. photo: 05/2001, Tochigi, Japan. Azure-Winged Magpie [1][2], Onaga or Cyanopica cyana. photo: 06/2001, Tokyo, Japan. Green Magpie, Hekisan or Cissa chinensis. photo: 08/2002, Bukit Fraser, Malaysia.

Bornean Treepie, Boruneo Shiraga Onaga or Dendrocitta cinerascens. photo: 09/2002, Sabah, Malaysia. Eurasian Jay (ssp: Japanese Jay) [2], Kakesu or Garrulus glandarius japonicus. photo: 04/2004, Gunma, Japan. Cayenne Jay, Shirohara Ruri Sanjaku or Cyanocorax cayanus. photo: 08/2004, Voltzberg, Suriname.

Azure-Winged Magpie [3][4], Onaga or Cyanopica cyana. photo: 02/2005, Tokyo, Japan. Formosan Magpie [1][2][3(J)], Yamamusume or Cissa caerulea. photo: 06/2005, Huisun Forest Station, Taiwan. Grey Treepie [1][2][3], Taiwan Onaga or Dendrocitta formosae. photo: 06/2005, Huisun Forest Station, Taiwan.

Eurasian Jay (ssp: Japanese Jay) [3][4], Kakesu or Garrulus glandarius japonicus. photo: 05/2006, Kumamoto, Japan. Eurasian Jay (ssp: Japanese Jay) [5], Kakesu or Garrulus glandarius japonicus. photo: 06/2007, Kyôto, Japan. Black-billed Magpie [2][3], Kasasagi or Pica pica. photo: 09/2007, Paris, France.

Black-billed Magpie [4], Kasasagi or Pica pica. photo: 12/2007, Fukuoka, Japan. Azure-Winged Magpie [5], Onaga or Cyanopica cyana. photo: 02/2008, Tokyo, Japan. Grey Treepie[4][5][6][7], Taiwan Onaga or Dendrocitta formosae. photo: 03/2008, Wutai, Taiwan.

Eurasian Jay [6][7][8], Kakesu or Garrulus glandarius taivanus. photo: 06/2008, Alishan, Taiwan. Mexican Jay [1][2][3], Mekishiko Kakesu or Aphelocoma ultramarina. photo: 08/2008, Ramsey Canyon, Arizona, USA. Mexican Jay [4][5][6], Mekishiko Kakesu or Aphelocoma ultramarina. photo: 08/2008, Madera Canyon, Arizona, USA.

Mexican Jay [7][8][9], Mekishiko Kakesu or Aphelocoma ultramarina. photo: 08/2008, Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona, USA. Mexican Jay [10][11][12], Mekishiko Kakesu or Aphelocoma ultramarina. photo: 09/2008, Paradise, Arizona, USA. Eurasian Jay [9], Kakesu or Garrulus glandarius. photo: 02/2009, Kapsalo, Greece.

Black-billed Magpie [5][6][7], Kasasagi or Pica pica. photo: 02/2009, Tyhero, Greece. Black-billed Magpie [8], Kasasagi or Pica pica. photo: 02/2009, Glyfada, Greece. Eurasian Jay (ssp: Japanese Jay) [10][11][12], Kakesu or Garrulus glandarius japonicus. photo: 04/2009, Yamagata, Japan.

Rachet-tailed Treepie, Kirio Onaga or Temnurus temnurus. photo: 08/2009, Cat Tien NP, Vietnam. Eurasian Jay [13], Kakesu or Garrulus glandarius taivanus. photo: 11/2009, Taitung Province, Taiwan. Grey Treepie [8], Taiwan Onaga or Dendrocitta formosae. photo: 11/2009, Taitung Province, Taiwan.

Grey Treepie [9], Taiwan Onaga or Dendrocitta formosae. photo: 06/2010, Taitung Province, Taiwan. Formosan Magpie [4], Yamamusume or Cissa caerulea. photo: 06/2010, Taitung Province, Taiwan. Black-billed Magpie [9], Kasasagi or Pica pica. photo: 07/2010, Taipei, Taiwan.

Black-billed Magpie [10], Kasasagi or Pica pica. photo: 08/2010, R.N.N. de l'Ile du Girard, France. Eurasian Jay [14], Kakesu or Garrulus glandarius. photo: 08/2010, Côte d'Or, France. Grey Treepie [10], Taiwan Onaga or Dendrocitta formosae. photo: 10/2010, Kenting, Taiwan.

Sri Lanka Magpie, Seiron Sanjaku or Urocissa ornata. photo: 08/2011, Sinharaja, Sri Lanka. Black-billed Magpie [11], Kasasagi or Pica pica. photo: 08/2012, Gün-Galuut NR, Mongolia. Mongolian Ground-Jay, Hashinaga Sabaku-Garasu or Podoces hendersoni. photo: 08/2012, Gobi, Mongolia.

Eurasian Jay [15], Kakesu or Garrulus glandarius. photo: 04/2013, Nagano, Japan. Eurasian Jay [16], Kakesu or Garrulus glandarius. photo: 03/2014, Nagano, Japan. Eurasian Jay [17], Kakesu or Garrulus glandarius. photo: 12/2014, Nagano, Japan.

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