Carrion crows (Corvus corone corone) are unbelievable birds! They can form complex societies, where relatives live together and cooperate in raising the chicks and defending the territory. Such intense social life is correlated with surprising cognitive capacities that rival those of many primates.
Exploring the word of crows is an endless adventure.
In the "Sobarriba" upland you can observe not only cooperative crows,
but a great variety of wild bird and mammal species
Read about our current research lines and about the new questions
we are trying to answer
At the moment, we are in the field looking for crows...
- A crow story on nature news:
lazy crows pitch in when counts
- An interview with Dr Vittorio Baglione
at IE University during Science Week 2009
- New publications
- Risk Assessment and Safety Protocol for fieldwork and work in aviaries - Our Collaborators online