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 Alpine Chough  (Pyrrhocorax graculus )



Identification: Totally black; red foot; yellow beak, shorter and straighter than the Red-billed Chough; the juvenile have dark legs; equal sexes.

Nest building: It nests in small colonies in roughnesses of rocky walls and ruins; nest of branches and roots, had with dry grass, horsehairs and quills; egg-laying, in May, of 3 to 5 white or greenish eggs speckled of brown or gray; incubation, only by the female, of 18 to 20 days; the chickens, fed by both parents, leave the nest between the 30 and 35 days.

Food Habits: It consumes insects, snails, slimy, worms and fruits.

Habitat: Mountains

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