Wildlife Wednesday: Ravens at Grand Canyon National Park
It’s a bit tricky to identify a crow versus a raven bird. They looked alike as black colored birds and intelligent ones. I saw a bird when visiting the amazing Grand Canyon National Park. I assumed it was a raven bird due to its large size – bigger than a pigeon. A crow is known to have smaller size that similar to a pigeon.
According to Grand Canyon National Park’s website, ravens are common sight in the park, especially at the rims area. I met few of them at the South rim. I wish I could take pictures of them flying with the canyon as the background. Unfortunately, they were too fast or let’s say I was too slow to click the shutter when they flew around the canyon 😀
For now, I only have the raven’s pictures when the bird took a rest at the tree’s branch…