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I enjoyed these anecdotes and learned a lot about crow behavior.
Although I found her writing style to be slightly distracting, it actually adds to the personal feel of the book, so it's a very minor complaint.
With a beautiful and engaging style, the author tells of her personal experiences with four families of crows from her neighborhood.
I smiled and laughed and was angry and wept bitter tears. The author wove her life with a murder of crows. Informative and entertaining read. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Linda Lee Stronza
Great information. I have a new respect for these birds that I see and hear everyday. Fun read.Published 4 months ago by Peggy Kramer
I love this book. The author spent so much time studying her local crows that she was able to break through the barrier of anonymity that shrouds them. Read morePublished 6 months ago by David Stang
I thoroughly enjoyed Caw of the Wild. It was not only well written and full of insights, it was also very powerful. Read morePublished 7 months ago by MTTS
Such a wonderful, well written book with such a sad ending. Made me want to go out and find some Crow families of my own to develop relationships with.Published 8 months ago by Bonnie S. Dank
This is a very enjoyable read by a regular person who loves the environment and the creatures therein. Ms. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Al-Ananda-Ji
I was looking for a book that had some expert observations about crows along with some anecdotes about the clever behavior they show. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Danielle George
I didn't finish it. I couldn't be bothered so I guess I have no right to judge it. I guess I'd put 2 1/2 stars if there was an option.Published 13 months ago by Sonja