Table of contents for Mind of the raven : investigations and adventures with wolf-birds / Bernd Heinrich.


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Acknowledgments                        ix
Preface                               xiii
1 Becoming a Raven Father                 1
2 A Field Experiment                     12
3 Ravens in the Family                   31
4 Ringing Necks for Baby Food            49
5 Education                              64
6 The Fate of Young Ravens               73
7 Settling in a Home Territory           82
8 To Catch and Track a Raven             92
9 Partnerships and Social Webs          107
10 Pairs as Cooperative Teams and Sharing  31
11 Hunting and Foraging                  137
12 Adoption                              146
13 Sensory Discrimination                155
14 Individual Recognition                163
15 Dangerous Neighbors                   180
16 Vocal Communication                   191
17 Prestige Among Ravens                 206
18 Ravens' Fears                         216
19 Ravens and Wolves in Yellowstone      226
20 From Wolf-Birds to Human-Birds        236
21 Tulugaq                               245
22 Caching, Cache-Raiding, and Deception  255
23 Morality, Tolerance, and Cooperation  269
24 Play by Ravens                       280
25 Deliberate Acts?                     295
26 Testing Raven Intelligence           312
27 Brains and Brain Volume              325
28 Are Ravens Conscious and Emotional?  332
29 Back to the Wild                     343
Afterword                            353
Notes and References                 357



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Ravens, Ravens Anecdotes