'...beautifully illustrated and produced...as gripping and difficult to put down as any good work of fiction.' -- Alex Kacelnik, Nature, February 23 2006
'...engrossing...' -- Rebecca Solnit, London Review of Books, March 23 2006
'A solid volume...[with] a vast amount of fascinating and provocative material...' -- Birds, 1st March 2006
'This is a work bursting with fresh ideas, rich in speculation...' -- BBC Wildlife Magazine, October 2005
'a cornucopia of corvid memorabilia. This is a well-researched, fascinating book to read...' -- Tim Birkhead, Times Literary Supplement, 30th June 2006
About the Author
John M. Marzluff is Denman Professor of Sustainable Resource Sciences and professor of wildlife science, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington. Tony Angell is a freelance artist and writer in Lopez Island, Washington. Together the authors combine more than 60 years of scientific and artistic fascination with crows and their bird relatives.