As well might a hooded crow try to match a peregrine that swooped to snatch away the dove from beneath its claws.
Speaking of Ravens brings us of course to a passing notice of the hooded crow.
As the hooded crow is only a seasonable visitant, it is but little felt as a poacher.
A hooded crow perched on the railing of the balcony and, apparently resenting his remarks, cawed defiantly at him.
The food of the hooded crow is not known to differ from that of allied species, the bird being practically omnivorous.
There is a kind of crow, which is seen in England in flocks, called the hooded crow.
In the same district the autumnal passage of the hooded crow is little if any less impressive.
Memmi, on the other hand, knocked his head against the tree-trunks like a hooded crow.