Crows don't forget a face — and they hold grudges, too. Researchers in Seattle revealed last year that captured crows remember the face of their abductor. Even though years had passed since they saw the
By Michael Balter Are crows mind readers? Recent studies have suggested that the birds hide food because they think others will steal it -- a complex intuition that has been seen in only a select few Some
Literature has been immensely successful at painting ravens and crows in an ominous light, but the amazing video above might just change your disposition towards the birds. YouTube user iluvdodge9 recently
Human Journey From morning battery charging through evening data entry, watch the video for a glimpse of what the daily life of a crow researcher is like! Oh, of course, I ended up making another table.
By Gopal Sharma KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A young man with a microphone stepped onto a small stage and cawed like a crow. Minutes later, hundreds of noisy birds circled above him, perched on trees and sat
Eat Crow If You Think I’m A Bird-Brain Scientists have long suspected that corvids – the family of birds including ravens, crows and magpies – are highly intelligent. Now, Tübingen neurobiologists Lena