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Crows, seeing people; people seeing crows

The recollection of a face, reflections on corvid recognition. I’d offer this: these days, there’s more interest in the corvid population than ever before. Why? Because we’ve all learned about the degree of intelligence that is connected with the family. … Continue reading

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What I wonder about: personal brands, icons and totems

Why does Tim Girvin love crows and ravens? Some people have equated the raven as being something inextricably linked to me — my personal brand. That is, when people see something on the raven, or the crow, they presume that … Continue reading

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No crows here?

In Tokyo, there’s a challenge with Ravens. They’re too many, too smart. And they get into trouble. And they get into the garbage. The raucous call of the Raven is a common mnemonic in Tokyo. Even in watching current Japanese … Continue reading

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Love : corvidae . . .

How can you not love ravens and crows? Walking in Tokyo, I’ve seen this. Now, herewith, documented… http://www.metacafe.com/watch/364679/smart_crows/ Their stride is surely pedestrian, but merely a little smaller in scale, jumpier in character. But their intelligence, well, that’s another…comparison. Warmest … Continue reading

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BONDING WITH A BIG BIRD

Attentionality, insight, focus and wildness, working and being with raptors. ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SOME of you might know, that growing up, I was really into raptors. Decades later, I still watch them, count them out — the roadside, waterside running — point … Continue reading

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A Raven Story

A Raven Story Ravens, the stories that are woven, myth like, their legacy. This is a beautiful story.  nothing better, they are. school, too: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/10/26/new-caledonian-crows-teac_n_773984.html Two, plus one, slipping and drifting, black calligraphers of the air, Bhutan.  Tim | Old Queen … Continue reading

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Ravening | A love of the Crow’s Family

Those of us that have been around…crows, rooks, ravens, jays, magpies and jackdaws. Have known and loved the raven, and family, in all manifestations for years. Why now, would there be such renewed and continuing enthusiasm about the crow — … Continue reading

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Ravencall

Bhutan Journal Ravencall (10.29) Bunthang Why do I love ravens, crows, jays and magpies so much? I don’t know. But I do. Just days before my departure, I’d learned that the national bird of Bhutan is, in fact, the Raven. … Continue reading

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An experiment in communication…

David, thanks for your considerations, your reach — and, to some of your co-respondents, I’m grateful to be included in your search. To the challenges that you face, I relate. I’ve seen these, sensed these travails in others. And each … Continue reading

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