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Australian Raven (Corvus coronoides) Australian Raven close up

Australian Raven (Corvus coronoides) Australian Raven close up

heute morgen bei sehr bescheidenem Wetter in den Ruhrauen bei Mülheim.   Dafür kam Ich ein wenig näher an den Raben.

heute morgen bei sehr bescheidenem Wetter in den Ruhrauen bei Mülheim. Dafür kam Ich ein wenig näher an den Raben.

Ravens and crows are so alike, yet different. They have interesting symbolic value and are such curious creatures. Read more about ravens and crows and what it means when you see them frequently.

Raven and Crow Symbolism and Meaning

What Does It Mean When You See a Raven or Crow? Symbolism, Differences - Pinned by The Mystic& Emporium on Etsy

The Harbringer

Saw many crows on my recent visit to Amsterdam: "The crow is a spirit animal associated with life mysteries and magic. The power of this bird as totem and spirit guide is provide insight and means of supporting intentions.

The raven is a big black bird, a member of the crow family. It is massive - the biggest member of the crow family. It is all black with a large bill, and long wings. In flight, it shows a diamond-shaped tail.  Ravens breed mainly in the west and north although they are currently expanding their range eastwards. Most birds are residents, though some birds - especially non-breeders and young birds - wander from their breeding areas but do not travel far.

Raven

The raven is a big black bird, a member of the crow family. It is massive, bigger than a buzzard. It is all black with a large bill, and long wings. In flight, it shows a diamond-shaped tail.

Raven to portray the symbol of death "The raven himself is hoarse" - Lady Macbeth Act 1 Scene 5 Raven Crow Rook Black Goth Myth Fear Darkness Wild

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