A uniformly black crow (Corvus corone corone) occurring in much of western Europe. carrion-crow
corbie / kɔːɑːbiː /
Chiefly Scottish; carrion crow; also; raven
crake / kreɪk /
ETYM Cf. Icel. krâka crow, krâkr raven, Swed. kraka, Dan. krage; perh. of imitative origin. Related to Crow.
Any of several short-billed Old World rails.
Any of several small birds related to the corncrake.
Spotted crakes; Also called: genus Porzana.
raven / reɪvn̩ /
Sinonimi: Corvus corax
Large black bird with a straight bill and long wedge-shaped tail; SYN. Corvus corax.
Any of several large crows (genus Corvus). The common raven c. corax is about 60 cm/2 ft long, and has black, lustrous plumage. It is a scavenger, and is found only in the northern hemisphere.
Ravens are traditionally associated with death, probably from their practice of gathering in large numbers around a carcass, despite being a normally solitary species.