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"Crow King and Queen" by Tracy Wright

The Latest Zoo Ceramics News June 2012

"Me thinks I have something STUCK to my Belly Feathers"!! by Wendy Davis

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A ring of crows line the interior of this slightly ominous bowl, waiting for food to arrive. Outside, a flock of crows circle, equally anxious for a meal.

Hand Painted Pottery by Nan Hamilton in Boston MA

majestic raven | The raven is such a mysterious and majestic ... | RaVeNs CrOws and Ma ... The Raven Father was a creator character in some arctic tribes.

Picture of Raven


A Saint, from the ‘Jackdaw of Rheims’ by Briton Riviere. 1868 Oil on canvas

violaviolet - centuriespast: A Saint, from the ‘Jackdaw of...

Ravens: #Raven with a skull.

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Hooded Crows

Birds And Animals: Hooded Crows ~ Photographer: Duncan Eames

The Crow Collection

Blackstock’s Collections

crow pull toy

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Jamie Wyeth "Raven Pair" (1997)

Jamie Wyeth Editions - Recent & Past Works

Tea tin - WANT! Tins + Raven it does not get much better than this!

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#birds #crows #ravens #feathers #wings #photography #picoftheday #photo

"There is wisdom in a raven's head."

gothdolly: (¯`·.(¯`✝´¯).·´¯) ‘If men had wings and bore black feathers, few of them would be clever enough to be crows’ ~ Henry Ward Beecher

my misty morning

JAPAN PRINT GALLERY: Crow on Snowy Bough


japanese woodblock prints

OneStonedCrow: Japanese Woodblock Prints

Tower of London, Raven. Eight ravens are kept at the Tower of London. Their wings are clipped so they can't fly away. Legend has it that failing to have Ravens reside at the Tower will cause it to crumble and a terrible disaster shall befall England.

Tower of London, Raven. - by Desmond Dyke. | MyFinePix UK

crow | raven

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Black Autumn Mourning : Photo

Black Autumn Mourning : Photo

No matter where you live, crows and ravens are your neighbors. You might want to watch them — carefully.

Brainy Birds: Amazing Crows and Ravens

Called “feathered apes” for their simianlike smarts, crows use tools, understand physics, and recognize themselves and humans. But new research suggests that the brainy birds may be even smarter than was previously thought. Given a complex problem and an assortment of tools, New Caledonian crows came up with a creative solution that hints at higher-order thinking. (See link.)

Clever Crows, Complex Cognition?

The Crow King and his Advisors, unknown source

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