The small jackdaw is relatively rare in Jersey. Jackdaws nest on cliffs and tend to be found in little groups. Their chattering calls can at first sound similar to a choughs (listen below). Understandable then when some reports of choughs in Jersey turn out to be jackdaws.

Name:  Jackdaw Corvus monedula

Weight: 220 g

Length: 34 cm

Wingspan: 70 cm

Diet: young birds, eggs, fruits, seeds, scraps

Habitat: Grassland, Farmland, Woodland, Urban

Jersey conservation status: green