Grey Currawong

Strepera versicolor (Latham, 1801)

Large and slender crow-like bird. Adults dark grey or sooty black; patch of white under base of tail; tip of tail white; and conspicuous yellow eyes. Juveniles are more brown-grey with pale streaks over their head and body.

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What habitats does Strepera versicolor live in?

Wide range of habitats, including eucalypt woodlands, mallee, shrublands, farmland and orchards

What is the distribution of Strepera versicolor?

Southern Australia

How big does Strepera versicolor grow?

52 cm long; wingspan 78 cm

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