The House Crow (Corvus splendens) is also known as the Indian, Greynecked, Ceylon or Colombo Crow. It is not native to Australia but has been transported here on numerous occasions on ships. The House Crow has significant potential to establish populations in Australia and become a pest, so it is important to report any found in the wild.
Contains information on identification, distribution, damage, pest potential and risk management.
|Reference type||Fact Sheet|
|Author||Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia|
|Publisher||Government of Western Australia|
|Department||Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Austra|
|Region||Australia - national|