or what’s that saying?
taken at Marwell Zoo, during the visit with David Hone and Darren Naish.
To clarify, this member of the crow family (Corvidae) is a Rook (Corvus frugilegus), a remarkable colonial-nesting Eurasian species, notable for its bare face and habit of probing for invertebrate prey. Are you going to use those awesome photos of rook sex?
Indeed I will – these came out well whereas the Fightin’ Sparrows are a disappointment.
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