Maria Elena Araujo

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Ravens.

Crows mate for life. Unless a mate is killed or severely incapacitated, crows appear to stay with the same mate year after year.

White-winged Chough (Cororax melanorhamphos)

White-winged Chough, Cororax melanorhamphos, a Corvid: E & SE mainland AU: photo: Patrick Kavanagh

Eurasian Hooded Crow

Crows in Love Eurasian Hooded Crow (Corvus cornix). Also known as the Hoodiecrow, Scotch Crow, Danish Crow, and Corbie or Grey Crow in Ireland; Brân Lwyd in Welsh.

Crows mate for life. Unless a mate is killed or severely incapacitated, crows appear to stay with the same mate year after year.

Corvid On

Wikipedia: The common English names used are corvids (more technically) or the crow family (more informally), and there are over 120 species. The genus Corvus, including the jackdaws, crows and ravens, makes up over a third of the entire family.

Love

The majority of crows mate for life. Although they reach sexual maturity at age two, many crows don't mate until later - they are waiting for the right partner. Unless their partner is killed, most crows stay with the same mate, year after year.

raven

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