Tony Angell blends art and science to explore birds' 'niches of time'
February 7, 2024
In the Seattle suburb of Lake Forest Park, where Tony Angell lives, crows gather in great numbers before flying off to Bothell to roost by the thousands.
One reason they do this is for the social benefits. When Angell spoke at the La Conner Birding Festival Saturday, Feb. 3, more than 100 curious bird lovers gathered to share an evening to remember that brought many benefits, too.
Angell, a renowned author and artist, shared his lifelong experiences and expertise with a crowd that filled the main level at Maple Hall and spilled into the balcony. Discussing "For Ravens, Crows and Other Bir...