Category Archives: Biology

Why I Love My Adopted Shelter Pets (and why the Seattle Humane Society is a wonderful place)

Last February, my wife and I decided to get cats. We hummed and hawed for quite a long time before we decided that two would be how many would be ideal for us (neither of us has had a pet … Continue reading

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More Thoughts on ‘Military’ Crows

I’ve given it a lot more thought, and at this point in time, see the recruitment of crows as a flight of fancy in terms of recognizing people in any sort of meaningful (to humans, anyways) way. After fully reading … Continue reading

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Crow face recognition with military implications?

A very interesting news tidbit about University of Washington professor John Marzluff‘s amazing crow research, and how the military approached him to see if the uncanny ability for crows to recognize faces could be used to search for someone such … Continue reading

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