Since you have lived your life close to the ground, you are familiar with the undergrowth in the same way other birdfolk are familiar with the canopy. You can always recall the general layout of the terrain around you while traveling along the forest floor.
If your path is ever blocked by an obstacle that
requires you to climb or otherwise gain height to circumvent it, you can always find a way around, so long as such a path exists.
Additionally, you are adept at finding shelter in the Wood while traveling, and can usually locate a suitable safe shelter (a cave, a tree hollow, or bramble thicket) somewhere on the forest floor for you and up to five other creatures.
Kindled corvums have a way with words,
and are accomplished at saying what someone wants or needs to hear. You have proficiency in either the Deception or Persuasion skill. Additionally, you have advantage on all Charisma checks made to convince someone of your exceptional knowledge on any topic related to the skill you selected with your learned trait (Arcana, History, Nature, or Religion).
You have an almost supernatural ability to
appraise objects. By spending an action examining any object, you can determine any magical properties the item has, how they might be used or activated, as well as a fair estimation of market price. Using this skill strains the eyes, and you must complete a long or short rest before you can use it again.
Your sharp claws aid you in unarmed combat and
while climbing. Your damage for an unarmed strike is 1d4 piercing damage. Additionally, you have advantage on Strength (Athletics) checks made to climb any surface your talons could reasonably grip.
When falling, you can use your reaction to slow your descent, falling at a speed of 60 feet per round, taking no damage when you land. If you would fall at least 10 feet this way, you may glide up to your movement in one direction you choose, although you cannot move up.
You can't glide if wearing heavy armor, holding a heavy weapon or shield, or while encumbered.