For centuries, the raven has been a common and notable symbol in the folklore and mythology of many different cultures. The most famous depiction in western culture is Edgar Allen Poe’s poem “The Raven,” in which the bird is used as a harbinger of dread and despair. However, not all depictions of the raven are quite as negative, and in many regions they’re revered as spiritual figures and gods.
- Recommended Age: 3
- Size in cm: 7.75 L x 1.91 W x
- Size in inches: 3.05 L x 0.75 W x
- UPC: 095866150808
The Raven is a very common bird and can be found very easily in pet stores and in the wild. The Raven is one of the most intelligent birds, making it easy to train. It is also very social and enjoys spending time with people when in captivity. If you are looking to attract wild Ravens to your home and yard, you can leave lots of seeds and grains scattered about to tempt their palate.