Cuthbert begging to be fed


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Cuthbert.  An African Pied Crow who used to water-ski across the kitchen floor attached by his beak to my cat’s tail.  Cuthbert came as the runt of a brood from a nest on the railway line.  He learnt how to brew an Earl Grey tea bag, squiggle with a pencil, call the cats in from the garden and then imitate everybody’s laughter when they came running.  He had a highly evolved sense of humour and was always good company to me on the windmill.  Cuthbert had a very insistent and raucous begging call, once fed he gave little ‘Bill & Ben’ appreciative num num..


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Dimensions11 × 18 cm

Fine Art Print, Original Artwork

Rob Davies

Rob studied art at school to A level and has kept the interest in painting going alongside a career in biology and conservation.  Although he prefers to sketch and paint from life in the field, Rob has been commissioned to do exact bird illustrations for various publications including journals, a monograph on the Black Eagle and a field guide to African birds of prey.

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