Win a Copy of ‘The Laws Guide to Drawing Birds’

Win a Copy of ‘The Laws Guide to Drawing Birds’

A new book offers a novel array of tips that are easy and rewarding to follow.

By the Audubon Editors
Published: 08/15/2013
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This is the type of book that

This is the type of book that you keep not in a dusty box but rather front and center with you as you grow; as an artist and a love for our Avian friends.

I would love to win a copy of

I would love to win a copy of this book for my son.

The thought of sharing a love

The thought of sharing a love of drawing with a love birds wtth my young grandchildren is priceless

this would be very

this would be very interesting to learn, as I only take photogs presently of birds...

I have always enjoyed

I have always enjoyed drawing, especially animals and more specifically birds. And it goes without saying that I thoroughly enjoy observing our lovely feathered friends. Even a "not-so-pretty" bird is beautiful to me. Thank you for the chance to win a copy of this fascinating book!

I would love to win a copy of

I would love to win a copy of this book for my husband who is recovering from cancer and once painted quite a bit but has not shown interest lately. I hope this might inspire him.

My eleven year old

My eleven year old granddaughter is already an award winning artist. I would love to give her this book for her art education.

Our bird relatives are an

Our bird relatives are an important member of hearty and sustainable ecosystems. The closer we become to them and understanding of their unique relationship to us, the better chance for their survival. What better way to learn more about this than through art. In peace and beauty relatives, Aho.

I am so fortunate to live in

I am so fortunate to live in the Pacific Northwest and I get to travel with my work and in my off time I love to find special, quiet open spaces and I often see so many birds and with my father, my brother, and my partner's love of birds I have found a passion within myself for these incredibly beautiful, simple, and incredibly complex little creatures. When I was younger I was much more creative, it would be fun to have a guide to help open up that side of me again that has been hiding out for so many years. It would also be so rewarding to know that by studying birds you can gain a better understanding of these magnificent little creatures that are taken for granted. Thank you for all you do. With Gratitude, Janette

I've always loved drawing and

I've always loved drawing and I am an avid birdwatcher. This book would be just perfect!
Thanks for the opportunity!

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