Huginn and Muninn, Thought and Memory, Odin’s crows.  They flew over the world and returned in the evening to Odin. One should never return without the other, the consequence being a society ruled by memory without thought, or thought without memory.  © Nataša Ilinčić

Huginn and Muninn, Thought and Memory, Odin’s crows. They flew over the world and returned in the evening to Odin. One should never return without the other, the consequence being a society ruled by memory without thought, or thought without memory. © Nataša Ilinčić

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differences between crows and ravens. I would love one between fish crow and american crow

differences between crows and ravens. I would love one between fish crow and american crow

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Raven: Curious...The voice is normally a distinctive deep, harsh croak, or hollow croaking honk. Ravens have a large, complex vocabulary of sounds in their repertoire including a high knocking "toc toc toc", a dry, grating "Kraa", low guttural rattles, and some more musical calls. Captive birds have even been taught to speak.

Raven: Curious...The voice is normally a distinctive deep, harsh croak, or hollow croaking honk. Ravens have a large, complex vocabulary of sounds in their repertoire including a high knocking "toc toc toc", a dry, grating "Kraa", low guttural rattles, and some more musical calls. Captive birds have even been taught to speak.

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Crows make a wide variety of calls or vocalizations. Crows have also been observed to respond to calls of other species

Crows make a wide variety of calls or vocalizations. Crows have also been observed to respond to calls of other species

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A beautiful, whimsical painting of a totem pole of corvids - stacked one on top of the other!    Each of the birds represents a different species from the family Corvidae. From top to bottom: Green (Inca) Jay, Blue Jay, Jackdaw, Eurasian Jay, Magpie, Rook, Pied Crow, and Raven.    This print would be a great gift for any crow or raven lover, or look great hanging on your wall!    This is a high quality, archival photo print. The image is approximately 5x11 on a sheet of 8 1/2 x 11 heavy…

A beautiful, whimsical painting of a totem pole of corvids - stacked one on top of the other! Each of the birds represents a different species from the family Corvidae. From top to bottom: Green (Inca) Jay, Blue Jay, Jackdaw, Eurasian Jay, Magpie, Rook, Pied Crow, and Raven. This print would be a great gift for any crow or raven lover, or look great hanging on your wall! This is a high quality, archival photo print. The image is approximately 5x11 on a sheet of 8 1/2 x 11 heavy…

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Did you know that Ravens not only remember people who help them, but also that they tell their friends about the kindness? In field studies, researchers have observed that whenever a human assists a raven or crow in trouble, the entire community of these corvids, not just the bird that was helped, becomes generally friendlier toward and more trusting of the human benefactor. Smart birds indeed!

Did you know that Ravens not only remember people who help them, but also that they tell their friends about the kindness? In field studies, researchers have observed that whenever a human assists a raven or crow in trouble, the entire community of these corvids, not just the bird that was helped, becomes generally friendlier toward and more trusting of the human benefactor. Smart birds indeed!

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