The crow has a bright blue tail and neck, a blue back and upper wings. The bird has a short, broad, reddish-orange beak. The differences between males and females are minimal. Juveniles have throats that are not blue and lighter plumage. Instead of being red like adult birds, baby birds have brown bills and legs.
The back and wing coverts of the Oriental Dollarbird are a ᴜпіqᴜe bluish green, while the neck and undertail are glossy Ьгіɩɩіапt blue. It has a short, broad orange-red beak. The two sexes are comparable. Juveline lacks the blue throat pigmentation and is somewhat duller than adults. In addition, it has brown feet and bills rather than the red of adults.