Jackdaw, or Daw, a European bird. Mature jackdaws are about 14 inches (35 cm) long. The glossy black plumage has a bluish luster. The head and neck are silvery gray, the underparts dull black. Jackdaws feed on insects, worms, grain, and fruit, and on the eggs of other birds. The female lays four to six brown-spotted bluish eggs in a nest of sticks built in an old building or in a hole in a tree or cliff.
The jackdaw is Corvus monedula of the crow family, Corvidae.The jackdaw grows up to fourteen inches long and has glossy black plumage.