Gifts of the Crow - How Perception, Emotion and Thought Allow Smart Birds to Behave Like Humans
Crows have huge brains for their body size, and exhibit an amazing range of behavior. They are mischievous, playful, and passionate. They mourn their dead, recognize people, commit murder, drink beer, and bring touching gifts to their human friends.
U.W. professor of biology and zoology, John Marzluff, has been studying corvids -- crows, ravens and jays -- and their ongoing connection with humans, for many years. In this new book, lavishly illustrated with drawings by illustrator and sculptor, Tony Angell, Marzluff explores in depth crow behavior that is remarkably human-like.
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