Oh! I get it! Published on June 8, 2014 by Marica Grip’s the raven. That’s why this is so funny. Post navigation ← “Marica, what the f&*^ is gong on?” Crappy Old Stuff 14th Edition → 3 Responses What is the difference between a crow, raven, and blacbird anyway? Glad you asked! CROW: any of several large oscine birds of the genus Corvus, of the family Corvidae, having a long, stout bill, lustrous black plumage, and a wedge-shaped tail, as the common C. brachyrhynchos, of North America. RAVEN: any of several large, corvine birds having lustrous, black plumage and a loud, harsh call, especially Corvus corax, of the New and Old Worlds. BLACKBIRD: a common European thrush, Turdus merula, the male of which is black with a yellow bill.2.any of several American birds of the family Icteridae, having black plumage. Compare crow blackbird, red-winged blackbird, rusty blackbird. Oscine– of, belonging to, or pertaining to the suborder Oscines, of the order Passeriformes, comprising the songbirds that have highly developed vocal organs. Corvine– belonging or pertaining to the Corvidae, a family of birds including the crows, ravens, and jays. Hmmm so it sounds like crows are more specific ravens and they’re all blackbirds Comments are closed.