The Tamaulipas crow (Corvus imparatus) is a crow found in northeastern Mexico and southern Texas.
It is a relatively small and sleek looking crow, 34–38 cm in length. It has very glossy dark, bluish plumage, which appears soft and silky. The bill is quite slender and black, as are the legs and feet. The Chihuahuan raven, a much larger and very different bird, is the only crow it commonly occurs alongside.