The fish crow is the smaller of the two, lives along the coast, and does not often go further north than Connecticut.
The fish crow, however, is the much greater enemy of the birds.
The fish crow is one of the most active enemies of our small birds.
Compared with the common crow, with which it is often confounded, the fish crow is of much smaller, more slender build.
From the farmer's point of view, there is still another distinction: the fish crow lets his crops alone.
It lives chiefly in the pine barrens of Florida and is much less common in the state than the fish crow.