Common Raven (Corvus corax)
Lives in a variety of habitats including rocky seacoasts, canyons, boreal forests, foothills, deserts, and mountains even above the treeline. Often seen along highways searching for carrion.

This juvenile raven was found hiding under a car in a parking lot. It appears to have been raised as a pet because it would open its beak and beg for food (just like a baby bird) whenever people approached. It also wanted to use people's shoulders as a perch.
Photo taken 08/06/00.

After it got its food from a tray and human contact was restricted to once a day, the raven began to avoid people. It eventually learned normal raven behavior and avoided people entirely. It was released successfully.