Australian Raven with eyes like ice
Australian Ravens are fierce, proud birds. Their black plumage shimmers blue in the sunlight, and the icy cast of an eye is enough to send shivers down your spine. They’re inquisitive, intelligent, and sociable. This one perched on a rock at North Head near Manly, eyeing us with interest.
Common name: Australian Raven
Scientific name: Corvus coronoides
Approximate length: 50 cm
Date spotted: Sunday 30 October 2016
Location: North Head, Manly, New South Wales, Australia
Latitude/longitude: 33°49’10.1″S 151°17’49.6″E