More ideas from Andrew
Author: Robert Babisz

the common raven (corvus corax), is a large passerine bird. found across the northern hemisphere, it is the most widely distributed of all the corvids. photo by emuwren

It is said that ravens were once white, to see a white raven now, is to see beyond the veil, into the a time before Thought and Memory could whisper of all things, both in the world and in our very minds...

There are also white crows. Some species of 'category: corvus' also are white and not all of them are completely black. Are not crows albinos, because they know that the eyes are blue pigment. If they were albinos would have red eyes or rosados.