While perched on a willow, this northwestern crow (Corvus caurinus) appears to be contemplating something. Maplewood Farm, North Vancouver, BC, 21 Jun 2009.

Canon Rebel XSi (450D)
Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L USM
1/200, f/5.6, -1/3, ISO 500, 200mm, hand held

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corvid, british columbia, weeping willow, canon camera, north vancouver, class aves, canon rebel xsi, order passeriformes, canon ef 70 200mm f 4l usm, class magnoliopsida, corvus brachyrhynchos, family corvidae, broadleaf, genus corvus, corvus caurinus, salix x sepulcralis, genus salix, family salicaceae, order malpighiales, maplewood farm, bird, tree, canada, crow, flora, willow, avian, vegetation, bc, deciduous

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