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Australian Crows, Ravens



FAMILY : Crows, Ravens

Australian Raven
(Corvus coronoides)
Australian Raven
The Australian Raven is a black bird with white eyes in adults. The hackles on the neck (the throat feathers) are longer than in other species of crows. Australian Ravens usually live in pairs. Immatures are similar to adults but have dark eyes. Click to continue>
Forest Raven
(Corvus tasmanicus)
Forest Raven
The Forest Raven is similar to the Australian Raven and can be difficult to distinguish where range overlaps on the mainland. The Forest Raven is the only crow found in Tasmania. The bird is black with a white eye. The throat hackles are shorter... Click to continue>
House Crow
(Corvus splendens)
House Crow
The House Crow is an Asian crow that is now found in many parts of the world, where they were introduced accidently on ships. It is not established anywhere on Australia. The bird has a black body with grey neck and breast. Australian native crows... Click to continue>
Little Crow
(Corvus bennetti)
Little Crow
The Little Crow is black with a white eye. The throat feathers (hackles) can be extended and these feathers have some white at base. Juveniles are similar to adults with blue eye, younger birds have brown eyes. It is similar to the Torresian Crow... Click to continue>
Little Raven
(Corvus mellori)
Little Raven
The Little Raven is a species of crow from south east Australia. It is black with a white eye. The throat feathers (hackles) are fairly short. The bill and legs are black. Juveniles are similar to adults with blue eye, younger birds have brown eyes.... Click to continue>
Torresian Crow
(Corvus orru)
Torresian Crow
The Torresian Crow is a large crow found in forests and woodlands across northern Australia. It is all black with a white eye. Click to continue>


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