I've given this book as gifts to friends.
The authors also make the interesting observation that suburbia rather than the urban centres are the best breeding- and hunting-grounds for crows.
This book reflects well that background, and their combined skills present what they've gleaned with style and wit.
Excellent! It is full of fascinating details, interesting stories, and cultural relevance for our times. Bird lovers as well as others will enjoy it.Published 26 days ago by Amy Wheeler
Fun info since we have a resident wild crow who thinks nothing of joining us for dinner on the deck -- at a safe distance.Published 1 month ago by P. M. Dionne
I really enjoyed the book - I love feeding the crows around my house and they do recognize
me and alert their buddies when i come out with food for them. Read more
Four stars because the Kindle edition is something of a mess. Many pages begin with two words run together which slows the reading process while the reader deciphers the two words. Read morePublished 7 months ago by P. Mikell
What can I say, my family thinks my obsession with the crow family that hangs out around our house is abnormal. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nancy P. Goldschmidt
I gave this to my father who seems to be a bit of a "bird whispered". Particularly blue jays and crows. He thoroughly enjoyed it. :)Published 7 months ago by Taunya Butler
book arrived with bent cover and pages and it is a gift I am embarrassed to give it to my dadPublished 7 months ago by amy topf
Crows are so smart and funny, it was interesting reading not only the research but the interaction with humans. Read morePublished 8 months ago by L. Jacobsen