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The Alpine Choug

Deux Chocards à bec jaune en vol
Credit : Julien Heuret - CEN 74

Description

This corvid bird, a familiar species of mountain environments, lives mainly in noisy flocks, including sometimes an impressive number of individuals, especially in winter, when snowfall at high altitude forces it to come down to the valley to feed! It is often mistakenly called "Jackdaw", a completely different species of corvid living rather in the plains!The Chough can be recognized by its black plumage, its lemon yellow beak and its red legs. It’s a fan of aerobatics and there is no doubt that their group movements will amaze you!

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Updated at : 21/02/2023
Lat : 45.9772745Lng : 6.7964194

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