Class Birds
Family Corvidae
Zoo section Mixed forest
Diet Omnivorous
Habitat Opened forests
IUCN Status Least concern

Opportunistic omnivore, its diet may include insects, small mammals, birds, seeds and carrion.


Average of 2 to 3.5 years in the wild but can live up to 10 years.


Mating and egg-laying occur from late March to early June starting at 1 year of age. The female incubates 6 to 7 eggs for 16 to 21 days while being fed by the male.


The raccoon, domestic cat, fox squirrel, mink and American crow will eat the eggs. Hawks, great-horned owl and the common raven may attack adults.

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