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A common, but slow-moving and secretive denizen of woodlands, the Yellow-billed Cuckoo (AKA Rain Crow) eats large quantities of hairy caterpillars. Its loud call is heard far more frequently than the bird is actually seen.

A common, but slow-moving and secretive denizen of woodlands, the Yellow-billed Cuckoo (AKA Rain Crow) eats large quantities of hairy caterpillars. Its loud call is heard far more frequently than the bird is actually seen.

Rain Crow
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