by Marzluff, John M.
Offers insight into crows' ability to make tools and respond to environmental challenges, explaining how they engage in human-like behaviors, from giving gifts and seeking revenge to playing and experiencing dreams. Full description
The thing with feathers : the surprising lives of birds and what they reveal about being human
How animals grieve
Birdology : adventures with a pack of hens, a peck of pigeons, cantankerous crows, fierce falcons, hip hop parrots, baby hummingbirds, and one murderously big living dinosaur
What the robin knows : how birds reveal the secrets of the natural world
Crow planet : essential wisdom from the urban wilderness
How to know the birds : the art & adventure of birding
The bird way : a new look at how birds talk, work, play, parent, and think
What it's like to be a bird : from flying to nesting, eating to singing -- what birds are doing, and why
The wonder of birds : what they tell us about ourselves, the world, and a better future
The creative lives of animals
Alfie & me : what owls know, what humans believe
The singing life of birds : the art and science of listening to birdsong
The bird way a new look at how birds talk, work, play, parent, and think
1st Atria Pbk. ed.