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Cavka na metlanom stubu ulicne lampe.

Cavka (lat. Corvus monedula) je ptica iz porodice vrana (Corvidae). To je jedna od najmanjih vrsta svoje porodice i najmanja iz roda vrana (Corvus). Duga je 34—39 cm. Crno-sive je boje. Naseljava Evropu, zapadne delove Azije i severozapad Afrike. Odomacena je u gradovima i na obradivim povrsinama. Ishrana joj je raznovrsna, a sastoji se pretezno od biljaka i beskicmenjaka. Postoje 4 podvrste ove ptice.
Sve je vise crnih ptica i golubova u gradu.





Cavka on a metal pillar, street lamps.

Cavka (Latin: Corvus monedula) is a bird from the family of crows (Corvidae). It is one of the smallest species of its family, and the smallest of the genus of the crow (Corvus). It is 34-39 cm long. Black-gray is color. It settles Europe, the western parts of Asia and northwest Africa. She settled down in cities and on arable land. Its diet is diverse, and consists predominantly of plants and invertebrates. There are 4 subspecies of this bird.
There are more and more black birds and pigeons in town.

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