Tonight at 7:00pm PST, Timberland Regional Libraries is hosting an evening of crows and literature featuring myself and Hollow Kingdom author Kira Jane Buxton. The night will start with a reading from Kira’s book, which features an irreverent crow navigating a zombie apocalypse in Seattle. Afterwards Kira and I will host a game of crow and literary themed trivia, followed by a Q&A with myself. It promises to be a family friendly event for crow lovers and book worms alike. Registration is required but the event is free. I hope to meet some of you there!
8 responses to “Join me virtually tonight!”
Wish I could! I’m in NYC and need to get to sleep early tonight. Will this be recorded/Facebooked?
Unfortunately it wasn’t. Maybe next time!
it would be wonderful if it could be recorded so those of us in other time zones could see too!! love your work
I agree, a recording would be wonderful!
Hi All, registration is closed, I would have loved to have joined in. Questions I would like you to consider: what are crows doing when they have their mouth open? Like, slightly open. Are they carrying food?
I don’t comprehend this behaviour. I would have loved to have been there.
Do you mean like this…https://corvidresearch.blog/2016/09/06/why-crows-sunbathe/
Aw man I missed it! If you do this again, PLEASE let us know a little more ahead of time. So disappointed. =-(
As far as the beak being open is concerned, yes. But they were also just strolling about, and not sunbathing. Perhaps they were especially contented, at least one hopes.
I haven’t seen it since then, perhaps it was with expectation that I would feed them -I sometimes do.