The American Crow (corvus brachyrhynchos) can be found throughout the United States and Canada. They are highly adaptable birds and are able to survive in a wide variety of different habitats and climates.
Crows thrive in many different climates throughout North America. They can often be found in forests, woodlands, fields, and in agricultural areas where they feed on crops. They are also comfortable near humans and thrive in urban environments such as cities and garbage dumps, where they scavenge for food. They are highly intelligent and versatile birds, and can easily adapt to many different climates and geographical situations.Learn More
Crows typically build their nests in the crooks of tree branches near the trunk, in bushes, on the side of cliffs or in the nooks of man-made structures. They very rarely place their nests at ground level.Full Answer >
Dragonflies live around freshwater and lay eggs in freshwater, usually on plants. Dragonfly larvae have gills and live underwater. When a larva is mature, it climbs out of the water and molts, following which an adult dragonfly emerges from the shed skin. Adult dragonflies live around water as well but are capable of flying long distances in search of food and mates.Full Answer >
Albatross habitat ranges from the North Pacific to the Southern Ocean. Any current trace of their existence is absent from the North Pacific waters and shorelines beyond the occasional stray wanderer.Full Answer >
Seagulls, opportunistic scavenging birds found on shorelines and in parking lots, can typically live from 15 to 20 years. Seagulls are omnivores and can easily find food sources in both urban and coastal habitats. Seagulls congregate in wide open spaces to defend against predation.Full Answer >