The present study is aimed to document the feeding habits of Indian House Crow Corvus splendens in the urban ecosystem of Kolkata. House Crow is widely distributed in India and can be found almost everywhere where man lives except Himalayas. Cities like Kolkata attracts huge number of crows due to production of excess refuse and leftover foods and availability of suitable roosting and nesting sites are additional attractions for this bird. Being an omnivorous feeder crows eats almost everything that can be eaten, and they are highly adaptive towards the urban environment. They are very much efficient in utilizing the urban resources for their feeding purposes. Fourteen different feeding sites were selected for this study within the city limits and were classified into three broad category i.e. residential area, commercial area and public parks. Mmaximum crow count were recorded from residential area (790 crows) followed by commercial (520) and public area (490). Availability of good quality and quantity of food and ease of getting food may be the reason for such high number of House Crow count in residential area.