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Corvus monedula (Eurasian Jackdaw)

Eurasian Jackdaw (Corvus monedula)
Eurasian Jackdaw (Corvus monedula)
Source: Roger Wilmshurst/Bruce Coleman Inc., Microsoft® Encarta® 98 Ecyclopedia

Please do not plagiarize. If you would like to use this information in a print or electronic publication, please ask me for permission first and cite this page as:
Knapp, Robbin D. 1999. "Corvus monedula (Eurasian Jackdaw)". In Robb's On-line Multimedia Database of Animals and Plants. Apr. 13, 1999.

Source Text Pictures Sounds
CD-ROM Birds of Europe 1.0 from ETI Drawing (15 KB) Eggs (17 KB) Sonogram (23 KB) cormoned.wav (64 KB)
Jackdaw WebCam and Live Videos WebCam, Live Videos with Sound, Drawings, Text
Scotland Yard in Stuttgart (Stadtspiel) Web-Seite mit Farbzeichnung crow2bm.au (36 KB)
Microsoft® Encarta® 98 Encyclopedia Roger Wilmshurst/Bruce Coleman Inc. (8 KB)
Alois Thaler, Bad Hall, Austria, 30 Apr. 1994, BirdLife Austria Photo (64 KB)
Günther Holzer, Kleinraming, Austria, June 1993, BirdLife Austria Photo (53 KB)
Hans Uhl, Öko.L, Jan. 1997, p. 36 Photo (8 KB)
Madge & Burns. 1994. Crows and Jays. Drawing (43 KB)
maudoc birding Web Site with Photo
www.hupe.hu/~antsan/birds/ Csóka (Corvus monedula)
SynonymColoeus monedula
English (en)Eurasian Jackdaw, European Jackdaw, Western Jackdaw, Common Jackdaw, Jackdaw, Daw
German (de)Dohle, Dohlen-Rabe, gemeine Dohle, graue Dohle, schwarze Dohle, Tole, Thule, Duhle, Turmkrähe, Turmrabe, Schneedahle, Dulle, Dalle, Dah, Hillekahne, Tolken, Domrabe, Thale, Tahe, Dagerle, Dälche, Thalicke, Talchen, Taleke
Armenian (hy)Dtschai
Bulgarian (bg)Cavka
Croatian (hr)čavka zlogodnjača (Unicode*), cavka zlogodnjaca (without accents)
Czech (cs)Kavka obecná
Danish (da)Allike, Kaa
Dutch (nl)Kauw, Kerkkaauw
Estonian (et)Hakk-wares, Hakk
Faroese (fo)Hetlandskraaka
Finnish (fi)Naakka, Hakkinen, Kirkkohakkinen
French (fr)Choucas de tours, Choucas, Choucas gris, Petit corneille, Corbe
Georgian (ka)Tschil-Chwaur
Greek (el)Κάργια (Unicode*),  ‹Ů„ťŠ (ISO-8859-7), Kargia (font face "Symbol" without accents), Kárgia (transliteration); further: Kaliakounda, Karyã, Koloios
Hungarian (hu)Csóka
Italian (it)Taccola
Latvian (lv)Kowahrnis, Káhkis, Talkins, Kosa
Lithuanian (lt)Kovarnis, Kuósa
Luxemburgish (ltz)Klenge Metzerkuob
Norwegian (no)Kaie, Kaje, Kaa, Ravnkaate
Polish (pl)Kawka
Russian (ru)галка (Unicode*), Galka (transliteration)
Slovenian (sl)kavka
Spanish (es)Grajilla, Graja, Grajo, Cornella blanca
Swedish (sw)Kaja, Kykkaja, Allika, Tornkråka, Svartfågel
Tatar (tt)Tschauka
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