Little Ravens breeding

Little Raven

Little Raven

Little Ravens are very common birds around our home. On occasions there can be twenty or more nearby. They are also frequent visitors to our property, a five acre block on the outskirts of Murray Bridge in South Australia. We often observe them strutting through the mallee scrub surrounding our house looking for a snack.
In recent weeks the ravens have been very active and very noisy. Earlier this week we saw several young ravens. Their movements were very clumsy and they were being visited by the parents to feed them.

I never did find the nest.

And I didn’t get a photo of the juveniles.

The photo above is of two adults and was taken some time ago.

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One Response to “Little Ravens breeding”

  1. […] In my last post I wrote about the Little Ravens feeding their recently fledged young in our garden. A few hours later I heard a great commotion coming from the mallee scrub near our house. A family of White Winged Choughs was on their regular patrol through our property. The ravens objected to the noisy neighbours coming to visit. Perhaps the ravens didn’t like anyone getting too close to their young. […]

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