What can you tell from the posture of a gull?
Intelligent and adaptive, crows have lived alongside humans since cave-dwelling times.
A crow can anticipate future events, make and use tools, and learn skills not only from other crows but also other species, all of which are behaviours seen only in a few animals.
Pigeons have become part of the makeup of many cities, but these birds also have the ability to polarize a population: we either love or scorn them.
If a gull tries to swallow a starfish whole, it’s most likely thinking (aware that it doesn’t have teeth), “This is my only option.”
Where to spot great sandhill cranes, swaninson’s thrushes, yellowthroats, and more.
One of the benefits of our electronic age is the sense of community that can come from digital spaces. Garmentory, a digital fashion marketplace where international brick and mortar boutiques can sell product, has emerged as one such platform.
It is story that elevates our possessions. This is the driving force behind Holt Renfrew’s shop-in-shop, H Project, and its Uncrate a Culture initiative.
The latest exhibit at UBC’s Museum of Anthropology explores three areas: heaven and its saints, hell and its tricksters, and Portugal, the place somewhere in between.