The Hawaiian Crow or Alala is a medium-sized crow, 18 to 20 inches in length. The sexes are similar in color and size. The Alala is a duller black than its North American cousins, with brown-tinged wings, and the throat feathers are stiff with hairlike webs and grayish shafts. The bill and legs are black.
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