Author Event with John Marzluff
|When: Mar 06, 2013 from 05:30 pm to 07:00 pm|
Noted corvid researcher and author John Marzluff will speak in Heron Hall at a special late afternoon appearance.
Noted corvid researcher and author John Marzluff will speak in Heron Hall at a special late afternoon appearance on March 6. His most recent book, the Northwest best-seller Gifts of the Crow, is newly out in paperback (Atria Books, $15). Also newly out in paperback is his 2011 publication, Dog Days, Raven Nights (Yale University Press, $17). He is also the subject of the very popular PBS Nature documentary, A Murder of Crows, now also available on DVD. Join us for a free presentation and book signing.
If you would like to reserve a signed copy of any of his titles, please call the Nature Store at 503-292-9453.
With his extraordinary research on the intelligence and startling abilities of corvids — crows, ravens, and jays — Marzluff teams up with artist-naturalist Tony Angell to tell amazing stories of these brilliant birds in Gifts of the Crow. With narrative, diagrams, and gorgeous line drawings, they offer an in-depth look at these complex creatures and our shared behaviors.
John Marzluff, Ph.D., is Professor of Wildlife Science at the University of Washington. He is the author of four books and more than one hundred scientific papers on various aspects of bird behavior.