Corvid birds include Crows, Ravens, Magpies, and Jays.
Corvids are some of the smartest and most intelligent birds recorded on Ina Maka. Ravens have been known to use tools and other resources for collecting food, such as using a roadway for passing vehicles to crack open nuts. Other birds in this family follow suit and some of them can be spotted in large social organizations communicating and traveling together. Often I see large groups of crows, possibly 100 or more blanketing the sky in black. They will utilize other predators such as wolves or bears following them to clean up leftovers at kill sites. These predators listen for the calls of Crows and Ravens, sometimes benefitting on their discovery of a meal and are often seen in close relation this way. Members of the Corvid family eat a wide variety of foods, including fruits, insects, nuts, meat and just about anything they can scavenge.