Crow & Yard
Hivelogic is not about posting news, but this is worthy of mention:
In the experiments, a captive female crow, confronted with a task that required a curved tool (retrieving a food-containing bucket from a vertical pipe), spontaneously bent a piece of straight wire into a hooked shape — and then repeated the behavior in nine out of ten subsequent trials.
Read more and watch the intriguing video here.
Tasks performed today include:
- The purchase and transport of ten (10) 12″×24″ pieces of St. Augustine sod (Palmetto sub-species) from the landscape-shop to your home. *
- The purchase and transport of three (3) 2-cubic-foot (56L) bags of pine bark nuggets from the landscape-shop to your home. *
- Installation and configuration of aforementioned sod and nuggets in the back-yard of your home.
- Loading of items into car performed by burly landscape-shop woman.
Also: dinner options.