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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Corvus frugilegus Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Corvidae Family
45-47 cm Length
Woodland, grassland, farmland, plantations urban areas, gardens. Below Up to Between   Range:- See`Map
  • Corvus frugilegus frugilegus: W Eurasia; > to North Africa and nw India
  • Corvus frugilegus pastinator: E Asia; > to Korea, Japan and se China
Habitat
Altitude
Range
3-5 eggs, incubation 16-18 days, fledging 32-33 days. They are gregareous nesting in a rookery. Clutch
Arthropods, worms, Small:- mammals, birds, reptiles & grain. They also eat human food waste. Food  
  Habits
5739 - TSN: 179738 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

Rook. Patrick Franke Ulanbaataar UB Ponds Mongolia call XC162707

AKA:- Arabic: غراب القيظ, غراب القيظ غراب
Azerbaijani: Zağca
Belarusian: Грак
Bulgarian: Полска врана
Breton: Ar vran koad, Bran-goad
Catalan: Gralla, Graula
Catalan (Balears): Graula
Valencian: Gralla
Czech: Havran polní
Chuvash: Курак, Хура курак
Welsh: Brân bigwen, Ydfran
Danish: Rĺge
German: Saatkraehe, Saatkrähe
Greek: Χαβαρόνι
Greek (Cypriot): Χαβαρόνι
Emiliano-romagnolo: Gratůsa
English: Eurasian Rook, Rook
Esperanto: frugilego, kampokorvo
Spanish: Graja, Graja Común, Grajilla daurica
Estonian: Künnivares
Basque: Graula, Ipar-bele, Ipar-belea
Finnish: Mustavaris
Faroese: Felliskráka, Hjaltakráka, Hjaltlandskráka
French: Corbeau freux
Friulian: Çore cenerine, Cornete
Frisian: Roek
Irish: Préachán, Rúach, Rúcach
Gaelic: Creumhach, Rňcais, Rocas, Rocus
Galician: Corvo cereixeiro, Gralla grande, Graula
Manx: Trogh
Hebrew: עורב מזרע
Croatian: Gačac, Vrana gačac
Hungarian: Vetési varjú
Armenian: [Sermnakagh ], Սերմնաքաղ
Icelandic: Bláhrafn
Italian: Corvo, Corvo eurasiatico, Corvo nero
Japanese: Mi-yama garasu, miyamagarasu, Miyama-garasu
Japanese: ミヤマガラス
Georgian: ჭილყვავი
Kazakh: Таған + Ақтұмсық қарға, Ұзақ, Шауқарға
Korean: 떼까마귀
Karachay-Balkar: Чаука
Karelian: Nuakku, Nyäkky
Cornish: Bran-dre, Chogha
Latin: Corvus frugilegus, Corvus frugilegus frugilegus, Trypanocorax frugilegus
Ladin: Agacion, Cornacia
Lithuanian: Kovas
Latvian: Krauķis, Sējas vārna
Macedonian: Врана гагец, Полска врана
Mongolian: Турлиах
Maltese: Korvu
Dutch: Roek
Norwegian: Blĺkrĺke, Kornkrĺke
Occitan: Gralhon
Polish: gawron
Portuguese: gralha calva, Gralha-calva
Romansh: Corv champester, Curnagl grisch, Tulaun
Russian: Grach, Грач
Scots: Creumhach, Rocas, Rocus
Slovak: Havran čierny, havran poľný
Slovenian: poljska vrana
Albanian: Korbi sqepbardhë
Serbian: gacac, gačac, Гачак, Гачац
Swedish: Rĺka
Turkish: Ekin kargası, ekin kargasy
Tatar: Çavke
Tuvinian: Бөлүглежир каарган
Ukrainian: Грак
Sorbian, Lower: Kawka
Sorbian, Upper: Kawka
Chinese: [tu bi wu-ya], [tu bi ya], 禿鼻烏鴉, 禿鼻鴉, 秃鼻乌鸦

Sub-species

Corvus frugilegus
Corvus frugilegus frugilegus
Corvus frugilegus pastinator

  • Corvus frugilegus frugilegus: W Eurasia; > to North Africa and nw India
  • Corvus frugilegus pastinator: E Asia; > to Korea, Japan and se China
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