History of the establishment of a large Northwestern Crow roost in Burnaby, British Columbia

Robert W. Butler1 and George Clulow2

1Pacific WildLife Foundation, PO Box 112, Reed Point Marina, 850 Barnet Highway, Port Moody, BC 
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26579 Oakhill Place, Burnaby, BC V5E 4E5

Abstract: Northwestern Crows roosted in remote areas in the outskirts of Vancouver, B.C., until the early 1970s when they established a roost of about 10,000 crows in Burnaby, B.C.

Key words: Northwestern Crow, Corvus caurinus, roost, Burnaby, Vancouver

PDFicon Butler,  R.W.  and  G.  Clulow.  2020.  History  of  the  establishment  of  a  large  Northwestern  Crow  roost  in  Burnaby,  British  Columbia.  British Columbia Birds 30:7–9.

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