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

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Common Raven (Corvus corax) feeding its mate on the nest, uncredited photo.

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Dorie, wtf are you even doing on this random guy's "ravens and crows" board?

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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.

HELLOOOOOO...... AnyBody Home......?????? ;-) Photograph by....._____???

Image: Raven Merlina, by Tower of London Ravenmaster, Chris Skaife

"recently i learned that 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.    i have absolutely no idea what their motives are, other than to be mischievous"

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.

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This carrion crow came and perched next to me the other day at Clapham Common, SW London;

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The bird can be clearly seen to be playing with the stick in the park in Schleswig, Germany

I've just twigged this is fun! Raven lays back and enjoys playing with his new toy

A raven in Germany plays with a twig: “All the corvid family - including crows, magpies and ravens - are very intelligent and like many intelligent creatures they learn and challenge themselves.