Ravens and crows are often mistaken for one another. Ravens are bigger than their crow cousins, and have a longer, thicker beak. They also have a ruff of feathers at the throat that crows do not.
Ravens are present year-round in the Territories. The birds mate for life and tend to keep the same nests. Therefore, a pair of ravens might be a common sight for certain towns. Eventually, the townsmice might even come to know the ravens a bit.
In addition to hunting small animals and insects, the raven is perhaps more famous for its role as a scavenger. In that capacity, it loves to trick and steal and play. The bird is known to associate with wolf packs, befriending them, playing with them and leading them to profitable hunting grounds or carrion.
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