The fish crow (Corvus ossifragus) is a species of crow associated with wetland habitats in the eastern and southeastern United States. The fish crow was first described by Alexander Wilson in 1812. The latest genetic testing now seems to indicate this species is close to the Sinaloan crow (C. sinaloae) and the Tamaulipas crow (C. imparatus), and not as close to the American crow (C. brachyrhynchos) as outward signs would suggest.
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Seriously, go outside and feed some crows! They can recognize faces and will remember you're friendly, and if they really like you, sometimes they'll bring gifts. Don't worry about if they're crows, ravens, or *ahem* jackdaws, they're all part of the same family.