Lots of birds are difficult to tell apart, often the females are smaller, but with some raptors, the females are much larger.
Probably with crows, the best way is to see who's on top.
We have a pair of crows that we feed crackers and snacks to at work and the female is the smaller of these two. After they get done pecking at the crackers they always squak at us to thank us and fly to get a drink of water before returning for another cracker.
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