Crows are always on the lookout for others to rob, and they alter their tactics depending upon whether their victim is related or not.
In a recent experiment, crows were able to judge the weights of objects simply by watching how they behaved in a breeze.
Scientists have known that birds can detect magnetic fields since 1968, but a new study asserts that birds can actually see them.
Have you noticed how male birds seem to be more brightly colored with more variation in feathers than female birds? Learn why on this Moment of Science.