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{Messenger} Kent Ambler woodcut

Crow eating a Persimmon, ca. 1910 - Ohara Koson

Raven Bookend Set @ Upstart Crow

Craig Kosak Paintings - Sirens -really nice work!

Raven

Ravens - original charcoal drawing, decorative , LARGE Natureandart Original art by Maria Kitano

Craig Kosak Paintings - Sorcerer's Apprentice, Study #2

Saatchi Online Artist: Lucy Newton; Watercolor, Painting "Raven"

celteros: Called “feathered apes” for their simian like 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…

✯ Dark Soul by *Wyldraven ✯

Pair of lovebird ravens

"This is an antique Victorian taxidermy of a raven portrayed as a priest. The bird is circa 1900 and has been fitted with horn rim glasses, a white cross, hands, a bible and a typical minister's hat. It is 17 inches tall." www.quintessentia...

~Raven symbolizes Magic, Healing, Creation. If a raven totem has come into our life, magic is at play. Raven activates the energy of magic and links it to our will and intention. With this totem, we can make great changes in our life; the ability to take the unformed thought and make it reality. The raven shows us how to go into the dark of our inner self and bring out the light of our true self; resolving inner conflicts which have long been buried. ~*

One is for bad news, two is for mirth. Three is a wedding, four for a birth. Five is for riches, six is a thief, seven a journey, eight is for grief. Nine is a secret, ten is for sorrow, eleven is love and twelve is joy on the morrow.

Rare White Raven

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.)

It's a Crow! Did you know they live in family groups, and return to the same spots year after year to nest? Odds are that a large group of crows is an extended family, not just random crows that have formed a murder! (AKA: Flock of Crows)

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