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Raven visiting Fauntleroy Park

I was wandering around my local park on a gorgeous winter morning. Things got really special when I heard the croak of a raven. Next I saw him and he was a big black bird.  It was a serendipity moment that I seized with a few photos and a video.

Trees in Fauntleroy Park – Raven heard but hard to see

There has been a pair in Lincoln Park for a few years. They even raised some babies. Perhaps one of the children or one of the parents are growing their territory.

It is a Raven!! See the heavy beak.

This raven circled and checked out a lot of tall trees today. Wonder if we will have a new addition to our Park this spring.

I leave you with the best part. A short video that isn’t too great in the visual side but it does give you the croaking voice of a raven.



Yes I try to be a combination of superheros.... Batgirl and Robin (Batman's sidekick) Add a love of crows, nature & history and this is what makes Batgurrl tick. Technology is important to me but I advocate rambling free of it. The small screen in the middle of nature is a distraction. Pretty tall order that I often fail at. But I smile through it, pick myself back up and get going again. May you do the same.

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