Mangoverde :: World Bird Guide :: Crows, Jays and Magpies :: Eurasian Magpie
Eurasian Magpie Pica pica
Described by: Linnaeus (1758)
Alternate common name(s): Common Magpie, Magpie, Asir Magpie, North African Magpie
Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors
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Range(1) N. Scandinavia and w. Russia.
(2) British Isles, s. Scandinavia, c. and e. Europe to Asia Minor.
(3) W. Europe to the Balkans.
Introduced to Japan (n. Kyushu).
(4) Spain and Portugal.
(5) Nw. Africa (ne. Mauritania to Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia).
(6) Sw. Arabia (Assir Mountains).
(7) C. Russia to n. India and w. Tibet.
(8) W. and s. Siberia to Outer Mongolia.
(9) Es. Asia (s. Transbaicalia to e. Mongolia and Altai Mountains).
(10) Ne. Asia along the n. shore of the Sea of Okhotsk to Kamchatka Peninsula.
(11) S. China, Hainan Is., Taiwan, Burma and Indochina.
(12) E. Himalayas to se. Tibet and sw. China (Qinghai and Xinjiang).
Titchwell RSPB Preserve, Norfolk, England - Jul 22, 2001 Source: William Hull
Location unknown - Date unknown Source: Biological Research Information Center, BRIC of Korea
Location unknown - Date unknown Source: Jeff Blincows Sound Gallery
Location unknown - Date unknown Source: ETI BioInformatics
Clements, James F. Birds of the World: A Checklist. Vista, CA: Ibis Publishing Company, 2000.
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