Common ravens are inquisitive, confident birds that are found in western and northern North America, thriving among humans in both forested and open landscapes. Ravens prefer to spend time alone or in mated pairs, but form communal nocturnal roosts and forage in large groups as juveniles; they are omnivores, eating almost anything including garbage and carrion. They are entirely black, from beak to talon, and can be distinguished from crows by their large size, shaggy throat feathers, wedged tails, and playful acrobatic soaring. Ravens are very vocal, with a wide variety of calls including their deep, distinctive croaking.
1.25" Hard enamel pin; nickel metal.