At hatching, newborn Crows have naked skin, devoid of feathers and hair.
Shortly thereafter, feathers and other body coverings are added which turn black and the Crows develop an iridescent shine.
Between the ages of two and four, Crows reach sexual maturity and begin to breed. Multiple smaller Crows are born in each hatching, bearing a resemblance to their parents.
The average life-span of a Crow in the wild is eight years. Crows are susceptible to West Nile Virus and Ulnar Collateral Ligament problems.
The Crow in his natural habitat.