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Do you have a little bird lover in your home? Does he like coloring pages of different types of birds, and are you looking for some Crow coloring pages to feed his curiosity? If you nodded along, then you should consider reading our post below.

Crow is a genus of bird belonging to the Corvidae family. It is a small, pigeon-sized bird with a black or gray body. It has stout legs and sharp bills. These birds evolved in the central Asia and radiated out into Europe, North America, Africa and Europe. Crows are one of the most intelligent birds. They are not only capable of using tools but also constructing them. Here is our collection of free coloring pages of crows for your little one!

10 Lovely Crow Coloring Pages:

1. Hooded Crow:

Here is a hooded crow coloring sheet. The hooded crow or the Danish crow and Scotch crow is a resident of the Middle East, North Eastern, and Southeastern Europe. It is a gray-colored crow with a black head, wings, tails and throat. It has black eyes, bill, and feet. The hooded crow is an opportunistic feeder and forager.

2. American Crow:

The American crow is related to the raven. It is an all-black crow, which is about 54 cm long. The American crow has pointed wings and square-shaped tail. The social bird gathers in flocks of hundreds of birds. These omnivorous crows feed on plants, animals, and insects. Two sentinels always look out for danger while the other crows eat.

[ Read: Pigeon Coloring Pages ]

3. Jackdaws:

Here is a jackdaw crow coloring page. Jackdaws are social birds found in western Asia, Europe, and northern Africa. Unlike American Crows, Jackdaws have light blue eyes and gray feathers on their chest, neck, and head. The rest of the body is jet black. The jackdaws inhabit green pastures, parks, and woodlands. They feed on garbage, snails, seeds, and spiders.

4. Rook:

The Rook is another species of crow. Even rooks are black like crows but have pale and gray skin around the beak. Their feathers are more ruffed than the other species of crows. You will find rooks in the open fields and the outskirts of the residential areas, feeding on grains, insects, worms, carrion and small birds.

5. Thirsty Crow:

The coloring page of a crow shows it arriving to drink water from a pitcher. The diagram is a scene from the children’s story “Thirsty Crow”. The story describes the intelligence of crows. In the story, a thirsty crow flies all over the field looking for water. He feels weak and almost loses hope until he sees a pitcher of water.

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6. Crow Drinking Water:

The crow tries to push his head into the pitcher, but the neck of the pitcher was too narrow. After thinking hard, the crow starts looking for some pebbles. The crow then picks the stones one by one, dropping each into the pitcher. The water level rises and the crow can satiate his thirst.

7. Crow Soaring In The Sky:

The coloring page shows a crow soaring in the sky with a nut in his beak. Crows have a diverse diet. They can eat almost anything, including fruits, nuts, mollusks, seeds, frogs, eggs, mice, and carrion. It was one of the many reasons for placing scarecrows in the farms and fields. But crows also assist farmers, by eating insects feeding on crops.

[ Read: Seagull Coloring Pages ]

8. Crow Making A Call:

The coloring page shows a crow calling out to his friends. Crows make a wide variety of calls and vocalization. It also responds to the calls of other species of birds, because it varies regionally. But unfortunately, the calls of crows are complex and not well understood. Crows can also imitate the calls of other birds.

9. Crow Perching On A Branch:

The coloring page shows a crow perching on a tree branch. We think that the crow is going to build a nest. The crow’s nest is a cup of sticks and twigs with pine needles, moss, and bark. It makes its nest on a tree or a utility pole. Crows lay their bluish-green egg in their nest and are fiercely protective of their eggs.

10. Raven:

Here’s a coloring page of a raven. Ravens are members of the Corvus genus. It shares similar physical characteristics and traits with crows. Just like crows, ravens are black, but are slightly larger and have puffier feathers than crows. Ravens are highly intelligent birds. They are also quite mischievous and playful. They can perform tricks and mimic calls when trained as pets.

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Our crow coloring pages printable will improve your child’s coloring ability and let him explore the world of crows. Tell us what other birds your child likes to color. Leave a comment below.

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