Ravens and Crows

02019-06-13 | Nature | 6 comments

Ravens can solve puzzles, trick other animals into helping them out, and communicate with each other at a level even apes can’t match. And now we know they can hatch plans.

Ravens are so smart it’s actually kind of disconcerting, new study finds | Popular Science

I think ravens and crows are awesome.

Crows can snowboard.

Crows don’t forget a face.

Crows use cars to crack nuts.

The real question is will finding out that animals are intelligent change our view of the natural world and thus our behavior?

6 Comments

  1. Victor H.

    The crows in FL have a call that sounds like they are saying, “Ha ha!”, or “Uh oh!” Either way it always strikes me that they are commenting on their observation of us humans.

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  2. Jane Katz

    I love crows and ravens, glad there are so many in Santa Fe. They have a large vocabulary and say very important things to each other. One can tell another what she has discovered about a certain street or announce where there is food out for the taking. I relish a crow flying low so that I can hear the swish of his wings.

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  3. S

    What an amazingly adorable snowboarding crow that was!
    That was one highly intelligent, creative and fun loving crow. This bird, obviously, showed some brain power by utilizing a tool.
    I heard crows are known to bring gifts to humans. Perhaps some of us learn gratitude from watching these animals.

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  4. Jane Katz

    Now, every crow I see makes me think of Ottmar! It is pleasant!

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  5. Dave Kirschner

    Nevermore…

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