*The White-Necked Crow is the largest and rarest of West Indian crows.
*The native habitat of this bird is Puerto Rico (extinct)
*Their population is in various portions of North America (endangered).
*Their endangerment is a result of habitat loss because of deforestation for agricultre, also because of hunting and the crows being used as food.
*The White-Necked Crow population began to decline in the 1980's and continues to decline as of now.
*Ways to conserve this species include conducting surveys to assess its decline, and monitoring the effects of the Pearly Eyed thrasher.
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"White-necked Crow (Corvus Leucognaphalus)." White-necked Crow Videos, Photos and Facts. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2013.