French: Corneille de Guam German: Guamkrähe Spanish: Cuervo de las Marianas
Other common names:
Palau; error = Guam
Rota, in S Northern Marianas; extinct in Guam#R.
38 cm; male 231–270 g, female 205–260 g. A small crow with lax plumage. Plumage is coal-black, with greenish-black gloss on head and back, bluish-black tail, and... read more
Poorly known. Adult gives high-pitched "caw" or "hi", often in series, as... read more
Most commonly in mature native limestone forest characterized by fig (Ficus) and... read more
Food and feeding
Omnivorous, eating a varied mix of invertebrates, small vertebrates and plant matter. Invertebrates include Lepidopteran larvae,... read more
Primarily during dry season, Aug–Feb, but may breed throughout year, nest-building from as early as end Jul and fledging as late as... read more
Status and conservation
CRITICALLY ENDANGERED. Restricted-range species: present in Mariana Islands EBA. Rare and declining. Global population in 2009 estimated at fewer than 250 individuals, with... read more
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