Gifts of the crow : how perception, emotion, and thought allow smart birds to behave like humans
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.
Includes a Reader's Club guide.
xv, 287 p.,  leaves : ill. ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-275) and index.
Tony Angell is a gifted artist and sculptor whose work appears in private collections and who has authored and/or illustrated a dozen award-winning books related to natural history.