Australian Raven

The Raven (Corvus coronoides) is common throughout open woodlands, rubbish dumps, farmland and parks in Australia. They avoid dry areas.

They are omnivores and scavengers. They feed on carrion, insects and grain. They are noisy and conspicuous.

The sexes are alike and juveniles gather in large flocks.

We saw these ones in Centennial Park in Sydney.

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