October 2015
Ranger Rick;Oct2015, Vol. 49 Issue 9, p20
The article offers information on the common raven which lives throughout much of the northern hemisphere. It mentions that ravens hang out either in pair or solo; remain observant while finding food; and are intelligent and fun loving. Also mentioned are characteristics of raven that make them different from crows such as wedge-shaped tail of raven.


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