Eurasian Jackdaws Can Recognize Individual Human Faces

A new study, led by Dr Gabrielle Davidson at the University of Cambridge, shows that wild Eurasian jackdaws (Corvus monedula) recognize individual human faces, and may be able to tell whether or not predators are looking directly at them. Dr Davidson and co-authors carried out the study with the wild jackdaw population in Madingley village [...] —> Read More