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NIKON CORPORATION
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Two adorable corvids just in front of roaring mountain.
Probably a male and female adult pair since one was a bit larger than the other.

Common raven
Corvus corax
Yellowstone National Park WY
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Rahula87 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014
I love ravens and this photo! These two ravens remind me Hugin and Mugin^^
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DeeOtter Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks! 
I think this one is still my favorite raven picture that I've taken! 
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KajaNijssen Featured By Owner Edited Jun 18, 2014   Traditional Artist
hi there i used your photo as a refrence in this sketch
i hope you dont mind :)

Click here to see the sketch
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DeeOtter Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
That is a very nice drawing!
Thank you very much for showing me! 
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KajaNijssen Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2014   Traditional Artist
thankyou ^^
well the picture is beautiful so that helped alot Hug 
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LindArtz Featured By Owner May 1, 2014
:clap: :D!!!
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orion-hunter Featured By Owner May 1, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
They're very cute. We have a compost heap behind my house, and a pair of ravens always come whenever my mom brings the garbage. She calls them and they fly down to perch on one of the lower tree branches. Sometimes, they even accompain us when we go walking through the fields. They've been nicknamed "Coco & Jacquot" and they actually respond to their names.

Wish I could take such a beautiful picture as yours, but my fluffy fellows aren't that cooperative...yet  :D (Big Grin)

 
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DeeOtter Featured By Owner May 1, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Neat :D
I think corvids learn to recognize people (whether they be good or bad, and they act accordingly). 
I had a family (maybe two) of scrub jays at my old place who knew me when I came outside and would demand peanuts.
It did take them a while to warm back up to me when I'd go back to visit a few times a year. They became a bit cautious of me and waited for me to leave to go collect their bounty of peanuts. 

Thanks :D 
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ArdorFearless Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2014
Where I live, a pair of raven always fly past my house. They are inseparable and whenever I see them I always say "It's Huginn and Muninn." Odin's raven messengers. 
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DeeOtter Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Awesome!!! 
I wish I had a pair of ravens living around my apartment. But I think all of the crows and magpies that outnumber the ravens in town may disagree. 
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