[The Best American Science and Nature Writing (2015)]
Shelia Webster Boneham makes the argument that Corvids birds are considered one of the most intelligent animals. Boneham states that crows have a “brain-to-body-mass ratios that match those of cetaceans and apes” and are only slightly behind humans (35).
Boneham uses this article to describe the multiple scenarios and research that include Corvids demonstrating their intelligence. This article encourages readers to examine their interactions with animals, especially birds in the corvid family.
What's one way you are inclined to view birds in a way that you had previously not? How did the article assist you in getting to that point?