If a group of ravens is sitting together, or if they fly off in a compact formation, this is called a “flock.”
The raven is an intelligent and unusually large song bird found around the Northern Hemisphere. They’re omnivorous so there isn’t one type of food that makes them happy. Some people have noticed that you’ll see more than one raven at a time; when most animals live in small groups this has been called the “law of threes”. That’s why it may be easier to find raven flocks rather than finding just one – making it easy to understand how they were considered clever scouts for fallen prey and willing messengers between worlds in mythology. You may often hear their guttural call before finding their large, ebony silhouette. Ravens are said to be the smartest of all birds, with an average I.Q. in tests on par with some great apes.