Other Names: Clark's Crow, Woodpecker Crow
Distribution: discontinuously throughout the western United States, north to British Columbia.
Size: 27-30 cm in length, with a 44-48 cm wingspan.
Plumage: Light gray overall, with a flashing black, white, and gray pattern on the wings. There is a large white patch at the trailing edge of the wings, and the tail is black with white outer tail feathers. The face is white from forehead to chin; the rump is white. The beak and legs are brown to black and the eyes are black.