Crow Planet (Lyanda Lynn Haupt)

I read this book because I thought it would be more about crows than about urban naturalism, and although I learned enough useful information (for my novel-in-progress, which concerns crows to strange degrees) to consider the reading worthwhile, I must admit that I am not partial to the Thoreau-esque naturalist jibber-jabber that takes up most of this book. If that kind of stuff is more in line with your interests, then this is the book for you, because as the genre goes it's quite excellent and Haupt is a strong stylist.

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