White-naped (-necked) Raven
Corvus albicollis
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The white-necked or white-naped raven is a large crow with a white nape and tip of bill. It forages for mammals, amphibians, insects, nuts, some grasses, and roadkill, often seen in rocky country at higher elevations. The top photo is courtesy of Siegfried Woldhek; the 2nd row, Arusha NP (10-22), courtesy Per Holmen. Click the photo above to see more.
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All unattributed images on this website are:
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Siegfried Woldhek, Roger Zimmerman, Paul Oliver, Per Holmen

Last Update this page: 4-08-23