In ornithology, the term 'billing' refers to a courtship behavior displayed by certain bird species where two individuals touch, tap, or clasp each other's beaks. It... Read more »
The Common Raven is an all-black bird from the crow family and is widespread across the northern hemisphere. Common Ravens live about 10 to 15 years in the wild although some have been recorded to reach 40 years. They have remarkable problem-solving skills and are considered highly intelligent. Common Ravens usually travel in pairs, although young birds may form flocks.