Corvus frugilegus subsp. pastinator Gould, 1845, sec. Droege, G., Corvids of the World

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Corvus frugilegus subsp. pastinator Gould, 1845, sec. Droege, G., Corvids of the World

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Common Name

English: Eastern RookA

Distribution

Asia-Temperate China (China North-CentralnativeB, China Southeast (Anhuinative: in winterA,1), Inner MongolianativeB, ManchurianativeB, Qinghai (QinghainativeB)); Eastern Asia (KoreanativeB); Mongolia (Mongolia (MongolianativeB)); Russian Far EastnativeB; Siberia (Buryatiya (BuryatiyanativeB), Chita (ChitanativeB), Irkutsk (IrkutsknativeB), Yakutskiya (YakutskiyanativeB,2))
1. Usually in association with Corvus pectoralis and always in small flocks. Seven of these birds were seen below Wuhu [Wuchau] on July 27th, and had either come south or were not breeding-birds. From April 22nd until MAy 2nd a small flock was at Wuhu [Wuchau]., 2. S Yakutskiya

Bibliography

A. Vaughan, R.E. & Jones, K.H., The birds of Hong Kong, Macao, and the West River or Si Kiang in South-East China, with special reference to their nidification and seasonal movements. in The Ibis 10 (1). 1913: 25 [2950]
B. The Howard and Moore complete checklist of the birds of the world. 3rd Edition. 2003