A raven is one of several larger-bodied members of the genus Corvus. Most have black plumage and large beaks but their plumage can differ slightly in some species. In Europe and North America the word "raven" normally refers to the Common raven.
- Corvus albicollis – white-necked raven
- Corvus corax – common raven
- Corvus coronoides – Australian raven
- Corvus crassirostris – thick-billed raven
- Corvus cryptoleucus – Chihuahuan raven
- Corvus mellori – little raven
- Corvus rhipidurus – fan-tailed raven
- Corvus ruficollis – brown-necked raven
- Corvus tasmanicus – forest raven
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