Tuesday 23 February 2016

The Daws of Stonehenge

When I worked at Stonehenge I enjoyed the company of the Jackdaws, rooks and crows, So it is with real pleasure I read Carol Druce's charming book about the Jackdaws of Stonehenge and their relationships and how she imagines them to think.  Lovely book and should be on every Stonehenge bookshelf.

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1 comment:

  1. The Ravens atop Cadair Idris are as welcoming as can be. It's a once a year walk, but it's difficult not to think that the same one greets you each time. With an endearing oblique twist of the head and one eye looking at you saying, "what have you brought for me to eat this year"!


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