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by | Read by Michael Russotto

Contemporary Culture • 13 hrs. 30 mins. • Unabridged • © 1992

Biologist Heinrich was intrigued that the ravens around his cabin in the Maine woods appeared to share their food and invite other ravens to join them. This observation began a seven-year study of raven society, chronicled in Ravens in Winter. The book is written in the first person with little conversation. Michael Russotto’s matter-of-fact reading conveys the seriousness and cautious excitement of field research as well as its painstaking methodology. His dispassionate delivery suits the topic, but doesn’t make the presentation dull. You’ll never look at ravens or their crow cousins the same way again! N.B.H. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: NOV 92]

Library Ed. • Books on Tape •

CS ISBN $72.00 • Nine cassettes cassettes

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Library Ed. • Books on Tape •

CS ISBN $72.00 • Nine cassettes cassettes

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