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For some reason, this is beautiful even though it's black and a crow.

Crows in a Row By BugMan50 at flickr

As I toured the area where the Inuit resided I encountered the Raven Father. The Raven Father was a key figure in Alaskan Inuit mythology. They created him with the created of the world. First he created dry ground, then man, various species of animals, plants, and women. In that order. The Inuit believed that if anyone killed a raven it would bring about terrible weather.

Favorite bird-Corvids are only perching birds who use feet to hold on while roosting and can use feet to carry things. Crow in flight by russell.tomlin on flickr.

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at

Good example of 'ear feathers' and throat hackles.

3 crows - photograph by p emmett (three for sorrow, two for joy, three means a letter, and seeing four is even better! ;)

I blinked in dismay as her hair... or should I say crows, as they flew from her head. So I hadn't been going bonkers, her hair was made of sleek feathers.

Dark Soul by wyldraven.deviant... "If Raven has come into your life, you can also expect that your imagination will be sparked, and you can definitely expect many changes to begin to take shape within your life. Raven is all about creation...and sometimes in order to create, we must first relinquish old habits."