Win a Signed Copy of the ‘Crossley ID Guide: Raptors’

Win a Signed Copy of the ‘Crossley ID Guide: Raptors’

With a highly visual approach to birds and birding, this book is a must-have for anyone interested in raptors.

By the Audubon Editors
Published: 04/30/2013
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saw my first eagle 2 weeks ago, would love this book for more knowledge!

visual approach to raptors

Since I want to learn more identifying raptors, I'm hoping to win this book. It also sounds like a great way to introduce new birders to raptors and to share the joys of bird watching with them.

I'd rather read a book about

I'd rather read a book about raptors than a book about the Rapture...

After attending my first hawk

After attending my first hawk watch I am hooked. I would love to be able to identify all these birds and this raptor ID would be the best way to do it. Thanks.

would love this

I have been obsessed with watching the falcon cam for the asri! I also have a red tailed hawk that likes to hang around here. Would love to learn more!

crossley raptor give-away

I am enraptured with raptors... :)

I am 10. I have wanted to be

I am 10. I have wanted to be an ornithologist since I was 8. My dad asked me how I came to this idea. I haven't a clue. But there it is. I love birds. I used to always have a sore neck from looking for them. Now I lie in our field out back with a pillow. But sometimes I fall asleep. I wish they would land on me.

This is a must have.

This is a must have.

Love this site. Tons of

Love this site. Tons of usfull information. Multimedia secton works grezt. Tganks Phil

Amateur birder.

I would absolutely love this book. I'm a birder in Georgia specializing in raptors. Red Tailed Hawks, Red shouldered hawks and Barred Owls are some of my favorites. I cannot describe the feeling I get watching a Hawk soar or an owl roosting during dusk. They're so majestic.

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