On springtime evenings in the Northern Hemisphere, extend the handle of the Big Dipper to arc to Arcturus, spike Spica and slide into the constellation Corvus the Crow.
This arc is sometimes called the spring semicircle.
Corvus Constellation Map
IAU and Sky&Telescope magazine
Tomorrow, Corvus is directly below the moon. On Wednesday, Luna is positioned above bright star Spica, which is to the left of the Crow. Spica is the most reliable guide to locating the Crow when there is no moon to guide us to the constellation.