Am a retired Special Education teacher and have taken up weaving small tapestries. The tapestries have all been based on objects found on a beach, in the yard and in one case, a bacteria as it looked under a microscope. I saw this course and believe it will help me in my weaving by better understanding the shapes, colors, & contours in nature. Appreciated the opportunity to see the various journals. Am a real amateur at drawing so think this will be a fun challenge.
We live in a rural area and often see crows feeding on road kill. Have noticed crows do not immediately fly off when a car approaches. In fact, they seem to be either oblivious to a car or just don't want to leave the source of food until the very last second. Could you tell me if this behavior has increased their mortality rate? Personally have never seen a dead crow on the side of the road but it seems they are playing a risky version of chicken.