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This was an ok book. I have other books on and about crows and ravens that I liked much much more.Published 3 months ago by jillery!!!
I found the book to be heart warming and insightful.
I now know there are others out there that love the crows as much as I do. Read more
Not an in depth study of crows, superficial and not detailed enough for me. This is a good book for someone just starting out in bird interest.Published 5 months ago by L. Hornak
Not enough actual "crow stories/anecdotes"! The whole book is laid out in a fractured format.Published 8 months ago by Mary D.
crows and there family are very smart the book gives a lot a lot examples. Excellent book to have in your LibraryPublished 10 months ago by henry
This lovely little book isn't so much a study of crows as it is an appreciation & meditation, looking at the most intelligent bird both through the eyes of science & the eyes of... Read morePublished 11 months ago by William Timothy Lukeman
Insightful look into the deep smarts and mystery of the astonishing Crow as well as other Corvidae's. Great read that I highly recommend.Published 17 months ago by roshambo