In 1875 Manet collaborated with Stéphane Mallarmé and together they produced “Le Corbeau”, a translation of Poe’s “The Raven” accompanied with artwork by Manet.
Grey Jay, or Gray Jay? G-r-a-y is the spelling of the American English version of the British English version of “Grey”.
The second annual Corvid Month here at Animal Perspectives® has been a lot of fun so far! This is post is recap of week 2.
American Crows are medium to large passerines. In North America there are three types of Crow: the American Crow, the Fish Crow, and the Northwestern Crow.
A City Crow, a Country Crow, and a Beach Crow walk into a bar. The City Crow say, CAW! The Country Crow says, CAW! The Beach Crow says, CAW!
I’m sitting in the congestion that builds at the I-270 spur during morning rush hour — of course I’m birding. The traffic is inescapable, so I submit and sink into my seat. […]
Made of steel, the Raven okimono is incredibly lifelike and possesses an animated countenance contrary to the material used for its construction.
Australian Magpies are known for exhibiting aggressive behavior during breeding season.
The second annual Corvid Month here at Animal Perspectives® has been a lot of fun. This week we learned about Crows, Raven and Crow behavior, and Grey Jays.
What would Corvid Month be without a mention of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven”?