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A common raven (Corvus corax sinuatus) at the Wildlife Rehab Center of Minnesota (WRCMN). This bird had broken its wing and was wearing a splint to help it heal.

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A common raven (Corvus corax sinuatus) at the Wildlife Rehab Center of Minnesota (WRCMN). This bird had broken its wing and was wearing a splint to help it heal.

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A common raven (Corvus corax sinuatus) at the Wildlife Rehab Center of Minnesota (WRCMN). This bird had broken its wing and was wearing a splint to help it heal.

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A common raven (Corvus corax sinuatus) at the Wildlife Rehab Center of Minnesota (WRCMN). This bird had broken its wing and was wearing a splint to help it heal.

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A common raven (Corvus corax sinuatus) at the Wildlife Rehab Center of Minnesota (WRCMN). This bird had broken its wing and was wearing a splint to help it heal.

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A juvenile caught by biologists. They hope to track its movements through Alaskan oilfields.

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A juvenile caught by biologists. They hope to track its movements through Alaskan oilfields.

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Russian raven (Corvus corax corax) from Moscow area, at the Moscow Zoo.

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A common raven (Corvus corax principalis) named Jake at the LA Zoo.

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A common raven (Corvus corax principalis) named Jake at the LA Zoo.

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A common raven (Corvus corax principalis) named Jake at the LA Zoo.

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A Chihuahuan raven (Corvus cryptoleucus) at The Wildlife Center in Espanola, NM.

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A Chihuahuan raven (Corvus cryptoleucus) at The Wildlife Center in Espanola, NM.

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A Chihuahuan raven (Corvus cryptoleucus) at The Wildlife Center in Espanola, NM.

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A Chihuahuan raven (Corvus cryptoleucus) at The Wildlife Center in Espanola, NM.

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A Chihuahuan raven (Corvus cryptoleucus) at The Wildlife Center in Espanola, NM.

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A Chihuahuan raven (Corvus cryptoleucus) at The Wildlife Center in Espanola, NM.

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A Chihuahuan raven (Corvus cryptoleucus) at The Wildlife Center in Espanola, NM.

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A Chihuahuan raven (Corvus cryptoleucus) at The Wildlife Center in Espanola, NM.

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A collared raven (Corvus albicollis) at Reptile Gardens.

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A collared raven (Corvus albicollis) at Reptile Gardens.

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A collared raven (Corvus albicollis) at Reptile Gardens.

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Members of the Rose Creek pack of wild gray wolves in Yellowstone National Park’s Lamar Valley.

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Ravens in the streets of Yellowknife, Canada, near a large diamond-mining area in the Northwest Territories.

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Live birds serve as bait in a raven study area in Prudhoe Bay. The oil industry sponsors projects to trap and radio tag the birds in order to learn more about them. Ravens are quite disruptive to the oil industry, often dropping wire and nesting material into power transformers.

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A juvenile raven caught by biologists tries to fly away. Biologists hope to track its movements through Alaskan oilfields.

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Biologists tie down and net juvenile ravens in order to track their movements among Alaskan oil fields.

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Coyote over a carcass in Yellowstone’s Lamar Valley.

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Coyote over a carcass in Yellowstone’s Lamar Valley.

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