Australian Raven - Corvus coronoides
Australian Ravens are black with white eyes in adults. The feathers on the throat (hackles) are longer than in other species, and a bird tends to extend these when calling, while holding its head and body in a horizontal position. Australian Ravens are usually seen in pairs. www.birdlife.org.au › bird-profile › australian-raven
The Australian raven is a passerine bird in the genus ''Corvus'' native to much of southern and northeastern Australia. Measuring 46–53 centimetres in length, it has all-black plumage, beak and mouth, as well as strong grey-black legs and feet.