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These Tamaulipas Crows Corvus imparatus were near the Brownsville Airport, Cameron County, TX on May 15, 2005:
This first bird was sat preening on its own; I feel that the dull wings suggest it may be a juvenile:

it was joined by a slightly larger, brighter bird with more-prominent rictal bristles (2nd bird is on left):

- which after some begging motions from the first bird, proceeded to feed it; while this was occuring a third bird was calling (unseen) from about fifty yards away, close to us: