The house crow, also known as the Indian, greynecked, Ceylon or Colombo crow, is a common bird of the crow family that is of Asian origin but now found in many parts of the world, where they arrived assisted by shipping. It is between the jackdaw and the carrion crow in size but is slimmer than either.
What does a house crow eat?
The diet of the Indian house crow can be described as broad and highly opportunistic. It includes seeds, fruit, grain, nectar, berries, birds' eggs, nestlings, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish, insects, carrion and food scraps.
What can Crows not eat?
Seeds from apples, cherries, peaches and pears contain trace amounts of cyanide. The fruit itself is fine. Dried or uncooked beans - contain a toxin harmful to crows.
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