by Candace Savage
Birds have long been considered the archtypal featherheads, beautiful but dumb. Members of the crow family, however, appear to have powers of abstraction, memory, and creativity that put them on a par wtih many mammals - even higher primates. Bird Brains presents these bright, brassy, and surprisingly colorful birds in a remarkable collection of full-color, close-up photographs by more than two dozen of the world's best wildlife photographers.
PB, 133 pages