Crows and RavensBook - 2006
To many people, there s something a bit scary about seeing a big black crow or a raven, which is the largest member of the crow family. Maybe it goes back to Edgar Allan Poe s chilling poem The Raven, or maybe it has to do with the fact that these large birds can often be seen feasting on dead animals. In Crows and Ravens , author James V. Bradley shows that these birds aren t so frightening after all. The book investigates the world of these lively birds—how they find food, build nests, and raise families, all while struggling to stay alive in a changing world.
Publisher: New York : Chelsea House, 2006
Branch Call Number: J 598 .864 BRA
Characteristics: 64 p. :,ill. (chiefly col.) ;,25 cm