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The Torresian Crow is common in the northern half of Australia, where it may interact with other species of crows and ravens, especially at sites of abundant food. They usually build their bulky stick nests in the tops of tall eucalypts, generally in the shade in the lower section of the crown, but many choose to build on artificial nest-sites instead, such as power poles, pylons or windmills — on the road to Mount Isa in western Queensland each power pole is decorated with its own nest.
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