loose sketches of cuthbert

pen+ink loose sketches of Cuthbert

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What is it about crows that they make such wonderful pets?  How often do you drive past a crow on a telegraph pole and it leans over, puffing out its crown and throat feathers and presumably lets out one of its ridiculous gurgling or clicking noises?  You are in the middle of nowhere and there is not another crow in sight.  Is it displaying to you, your car or just to itself?  I am convinced that crows have tremendous wit and that they are highly entertained by themselves.  Why else would a Carrion Crow sneak up behind a huge swan and yank a few tail feathers, or a Pied Crow do the same with a Hooded Vulture?

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Dimensions35 × 28 cm

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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