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Ravens (Corvus corax) are a common sight in Yellowstone. They can survive at the higher altitudes where their cousins, the crow, cannot. Ravens have a remarkable ability to problem-solve, leading to the belief that they are highly intelligent. Given the opportunity, they can easily open the velcro saddlebags of a snowmachine and sort through the contents looking for something to eat. They also like shinny things and their nests can be littered with shinny human treasures such as watches and small cameras. Sheepeater, Yellowstone.
Ravens (Corvus corax) are a common sight in Yellowstone. They can survive at the higher altitudes where their cousins, the crow, cannot. Ravens have a remarkable ability to problem-solve, leading to the belief that they are highly intelligent. Given the opportunity, they can easily open the velcro saddlebags of a snowmachine and sort through the contents looking for something to eat. They also like shinny things and their nests can be littered with shinny human treasures such as watches and...
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  • Perching
  • Rare light
  • Raven
  • Sheepeater
  • Waiting
  • Yellowstone