Season 44 Episode 20 | 53m 32s | WETA Passport
Watch astonishing tests of avian aptitude: parrots that can plan for the future, jackdaws that can “read” human faces, and crows that can solve multi-step puzzles with tools like pebbles, sticks, and hooks. Could these just be clever tricks, based on instinct or triggered by subtle cues from their human handlers?
Aired: 12/20/17 | Expires: 12/19/27 |
Extras From This Episode
Bird Brain Preview
Preview: S44 Ep20 | 30s
Do Birds Remember Faces?
Clip: S44 Ep20 | 1m 49s
S44 Ep20 | 53m 32s | WETA Passport
S44 Ep18 | 54m 10s | WETA Passport
S44 Ep17 | 53m 1s | WETA Passport
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