White-Necked crow (Corvus leucognaphalus)
Where Listed: WHEREVER FOUND
The overall appearance is black with a bluish-purple gloss in good light. The black bill is long and deep and curves gently downward to the tip giving the bird a large headed appearance. The nasal bristles do not quite cover the nostrils unlike the majority of species in this genus. There is a patch of dark grey bare skin behind the eye and the base of the lower manidble has a bare strip of the same coloured skin. The iris is a distinctive reddish ochre in colour, and the legs and feet are black.
- Countries in which the the White-Necked crow, Entire is known to occur: Dominican Republic, Haiti
|Status||Date Listed||Lead Region||Where Listed|
|04/03/1991||Southeast Region (Region 4)||Entire|
» Federal Register Documents
|04/09/2010||75 FR 18232 18233||5-Year Status Reviews of 15 Caribbean Species|
|07/01/1987||52 FR 24485 24486||Notice of Findings on Petitions & Initiation of Status Review; 52 FR 24485- 24486|
|12/27/1989||54 FR 53132 53134||ETWP; Proposed Endangered Status for White-necked Crow; 54 FR 53132 53134|
|07/07/1988||53 FR 25511 25515||Findings on Pending Petitions & Description of Progress of Listing Actions; 53 FR 25511-25515|
|12/29/1988||53 FR 52746 52749||Findings on Pending Petitions & Description of Progress on Listing Actions; 53 FR 52746-52749|
|04/03/1991||56 FR 13598 13600||ETWP; Corvus leucognaphalus (White-Necked Crow) as Endangered; 56 FR 13598 13600|
|04/25/1990||55 FR 17475 17476||ETWP; Annual Description of Progress on Listing Actions and Findings on Recycled Petitions; 55 FR 17475 17476|
|Date||Citation Page||Title||Document Type|
|04/09/2010||75 FR 18232 18233||5-Year Status Reviews of 15 Caribbean Species||
|08/24/2015||White-necked Crow (Corvus leucognaphalus) 5-Year Review: Summary and Evaluation|
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