I ordered the book on the recommendation of a friend and am more than happy with the selection.
Lyanda Lynn Haupt's "Crow Planet" is the third enchanting book by this insightful interpreter of the natural world.
Author stresses that crows can be studied in an urban or suburban environment as well as in the wild.
I couldn't make it past the first 50 pages. I was hoping for more information about crows. Instead the author, Lyanda Lynn Haupt, spends the time whining about her coddled life. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Virginia Bagley
Crows are pests because they thrive where humans live. Crows also provide a window into wildness and widsom, if we pay attention. Haupt pays attention. Read morePublished 22 days ago by FarmerZita
Those who purchase this book SOLELY for the purpose of learning about crows are likely to be disappointed. Read morePublished 5 months ago by doctor_beth
Well written and informative about crow behavior and the interaction between humans and crows. Author stresses that crows can be studied in an urban or suburban environment as well... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dylan Fan
I guess I expected more about actual crow behavior. A few nice crow stories. Maybe a little too much preachiness for my tastes.Published 6 months ago by Lyndon E. Eberly III
Years from now when people want to know what a typical person in Seattle thought and acted like in the early 2000s they only need to read this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mryett
I usually am not a fan of books like these. However, I found myself very struck by the author's viewpoint. It compelled me to investigate her blog which I also enjoyed thoroughly. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kristan G. Parkhurst
The writing is interesting, but the topic not so much. The main topic is the authors meanderings about what it means to be a backyard bird-watcher. Read morePublished 6 months ago by A. Baxter
This book just increased my wonder for crows and the wildlife around me. Her writing is beautiful, descriptive, and very readable and draws in the casual reader.Published 9 months ago by Lia R. Craven