Northern raven - Corvus Corax - (un)common raven by Tom Spross

Job ~ "Who provides for the ravens when their young cry out to God as they try to struggle up from their nest in hunger?" -- Northern Raven - Corvus Corax by Tom Spross.

Crows and ravens have a baffling habit of sneaking up on other animals and pulling on their tails. The behavior seems to be relatively universal among various species of crows and ravens across the world they seem to do it with anything they can find that has a tail, ranging from something as small and harmless as squirrels to something as large and deadly as eagles

Tail Pulling Crows (meaning Corvus, not just the crows with the common name “crow”) pull tails. If there is a tail, it must be pulled: Magpies in the genus Pica.

The Raven should be the Alaska State Bird. It's all we see in winter around here. Find a dumpster? You got a few Raven.

So I got a serious thing for black birds, ravens and crows, (eg: Baltimore Ravens!

Common+Raven | Common Raven (Corvus corax) feeding its mate as it incubates eggs in ...

Common Raven (Corvus corax) feeding its mate as it incubates eggs in their nest, Idaho

My common raven Kralya by whitecrow-soul on deviantart

This is an amazing photo. deviantbirds: pet bird by ~whitecrow-soul

Albino Crow

A truly rare bird - Albino Raven - ". The birds are thought to be leucitic and not albino, the result of a genetic defect producing chicks lacking normal pigmentation." Two black ravens with this gene will produce a white raven.

"Hello, it's me I was wondering if after all these years you'd like to meet To go over everything..." Covidae sings Adele!! Photo by......????

"I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape - the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn't show.

Those interested in perusing the very early stories of ravens should note that they often speak of the raven as the Crow.    The Raven is often associated with Water, often with the finding of Water, or lack of it. Sacrificing Gods sent the Raven for Water, but the bird delayed his mission to wait for some Figs to ripen. Angry, the Gods punished the Raven by cursing him with a great thirst in the Summer, which is said to be why the Raven croaks.

Those interested in the very early stories of ravens should note that they often speak of the raven as the crow, the two are often interchanged in myth folklore

Common raven, showing throat hackles.

Bird or beast above the sculptured bust above his chamber door, With such name as `Nevermore.

Raven

Old mathematician by Mironimus on . Sweet misunderstood birds I love them!

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