Black-Billed Magpies are of the Corvidae family of birds, which also includes crows and jays. The have white wing patches that make them conspicuous. These Magpies are found in the western United States and Canada, around meadows, grasslands, and sagebrush. They eat fruit, grains, bugs, and carrion. Like other Corvids, the Black-Billed Magpie are highly intelligent, social, and noisy birds.