At the street corners of Union and Quarantina in Santa Barbara, perched in a Sycamore tree across from the Marborg transfer station was an American Crow with a long down-turned bill. The bird appears to be a fledge and is not looking healthy. Tail feathers are shorter than the other Crows in the roost and the primary feathers look worn. I've seen a lot of Corvids in my life and this is an anomaly. I don't know how else to describe it but the bill was about 2 inches longer and had a pronounced down-turn (think small Ibis bill). I watched the bird for a few minutes and decided that the bill was probably the reason for the state of its poor condition. I have a photo from my phone and would be happy to share but I was unable to get a good shot due to the height in the tree.