Little Crow (Corvus bennetti) - HBW 14, p. 633
French: Corbeau du désert
Spanish: Cuervo de Bennett
Other common names: Bennett's/Small-billed Crow
Taxonomy: Corvus bennetti North, 1901, Moolah, western New South Wales, Australia.
Proposed race bonhoti (described from Murchison, in Western Australia) considered inadequately differentiated to warrant recognition; putative race queenslandicus (from Dawson R, in E Queensland), ascribed to present species, was based on misidentified C. orru. Monotypic.
Distribution: Inland and W Australia.
- Least Concern Enlarge map
One bird calling from its perch in the top of a tree. Locality Strzelecki Track, South Australia, Australia
Peter Waanders 23 June 2010 4 years ago 33 sec 3
adult bird perched on fence
Locality Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia (Monotypic species)
Mat Gilfedder 19 October 2007 4 years ago 4
Drinking from a stock trough
Locality Mount Lyndhurst, Strzelecki Track, South Australia, Australia
Lindsay Hansch 14 August 2011 3 years ago 3.8
Scavanging around the caravan park
Locality Coober Pedy, South Australia, Australia
Lindsay Hansch 25 May 2008 3 years ago 3.4