Some articles on pale, pale grey:
... The legs of both sexes are pale brown to pinkish-brown ... off-white on their cheeks and the sides of their necks, and have pale grey underparts ... Birds of the subspecies intensior have a pale yellow wash on their underparts and cheeks, as well as darker upperparts, while those of the subspecies cinnamomeus have a heavy yellow tinge to their ...
... Overall it is pale grey with a black tail and wings ... The head, mantle, scapulars, back, rump, and uppertail coverts are all a pale grey ... The bushcrow's breast and flanks are pale grey, fading into white on the rear flanks, belly, and undertail ...
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