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•Scientific name: Corvus corax

•UK Conservation status: Green

The raven is a big black bird, a member of the crow family. It is massive - the biggest member of the crow family. It is all black with a large bill, and long wings. In flight, it shows a diamond-shaped tail. Ravens breed mainly in the west and north although they are currently expanding their range eastwards. Most birds are residents, though some birds - especially non-breeders and young birds - wander from their breeding areas but do not travel far.

•Length: 60-68cm

•Wingspan: 120-150cm

•Weight: 800-1,500g

•UK breeding: 7,400 pairs

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