Memoir Of A Crow

November 24, 2019|
Memoir Of A Crow
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This book is about the life of Cawta Crow, who lived 26 years (104 seasons), which is very long-lived for an American crow, especially for a male. It is a longitudinal study of his families, his friends, his enemies, and most of all, his experiences over those years. His co-author, Robert William Hult, has studied birds and their behavior for six decades, and as a result, makes the perfect bird whisperer for Cawta. American crows are one of the most readily identifiable and most common birds in both Canada and the United States. Their behavior is possibly the least studied of avians since they are wild birds. We know more about pigeons and other domesticated birds than we do about wild crows, and yet they are beneficial to man in numerous ways. This sometimes dramatic, sometimes comical exploration of crow behavior may make you laugh, possibly even make you cry. Join Cawta and his co-author for an enlightening look into the life of a very special bird.

Title:Memoir Of A CrowFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 24, 2019Publisher:The Mulberry BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1950850188

ISBN - 13:9781950850181

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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