Conservation spotlight: The Ethiopian bush-crow

‘Enigmatic and baffling’, this is how scientists describe one of the most remarkable ornithological discoveries of the 21st century. The Ethiopian Bush-crow (Zavattariornis stresemanni) first became known to science relatively recently, during an expedition to southern Ethiopia in 1937 led by Edoardo Zavattari, after whom the bird was named. Its origins and evolution have remained somewhat … Continued