Very common breeding resident of all zones. Abundant in coastal and urban areas but never in thick forests. It is omnivorous and scavenges on anything edible. In recent history uncontrolled garbage disposal has created an ideal condition for House crow to extend its habitats while threatening to survival of most other animals especially avifauna in most urban areas. House crow roosts in large flocks in tall trees still remains in towns and it is a common sight of arriving crows from every direction at the dusk to such roosting places, sometime from very long distance of their day time feeding grounds. The breeding season is from May to September and it builds a nest which is just a mass of twigs with the hollow lined with fibres.