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Raven vs. Crow By Gregory McNamee.
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Gregory McNamee. Issue: Fall Volume 91 4. Leave a tip. Your name. Heinrich has a camp near Mount Blue where this research project is based. The project began one October many years ago when Heinrich observed a small group of ravens which had just located the carcass of a moose.
This moose represented many meals for the ravens, enough to keep them well-fed for many months. Oddly, the ravens were quite loud, giving penetrating calls which resulted in other ravens coming to the carcass. Why would the ravens that found the moose want to share their feast? Why should ravens be unselfish?
Do ravens live on Staten Island?
The book reads like a biological detective story as Heinrich seeks to understand why ravens would show apparent unselfish behavior. The paradox was resolved only after Heinrich began to capture ravens and tag them with numbered plastic wing tags. This tagging allowed him to recognize individual ravens from day to day. This biological mystery was solved by first noting that a mated pair of ravens they pair for life defend a territory throughout the year, not just in the summer as most of our perching birds do.
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This territorial pair defends their turf vigorously and will chase off any intruding raven. From this observations of banded birds, Heinrich realized that the ravens which called to alert other ravens to the presence of an animal carcass were unmated juveniles.
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These birds did not have a breeding territory and wandered widely. If a wandering juvenile located an animal carcass in the territory of a mated pair, the territorial birds would soon locate the intruder and the food and chase the intruding raven off.
That observation is the key to the story. Crow By Gregory McNamee.
Gregory McNamee. Issue: Fall Volume 91 4.
A Gaunt Formalism
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