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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Raptors

My father taught me to love and appreciate birds of prey. Whenever we were driving, all of us would keep a lookout for hawks and try to identify what we saw. My dad passed away five years ago, but my own family honors his memory by continuing to look for and trying to identify raptors. When I see one, I think about my dad saying "Hi".

Hawk Hawk Hawk!!!!!

I absolutely love raptors. In fact, I am obsessed! Would love to win this!

ID Help

I take kids and adults on birding field trips and this would really help me!

GREAT REFERENCE BOOK

This would make an excellent addition to my birding library.

What a great book!

I have one of Jerry Liguori's books already & absolutely LOVE it. This would make a great addition to the library at Lake Guntersville State Park where I work as the park's naturalist.

Raptors

Fascinating to observe.

Raptors

I live in a rural coastal area of the Pacific Northwest, and am happy to say I see many raptors. My favorite is the Osprey who resides across the street - I see him hunting every day!

Raptor ID is very

Raptor ID is very challenging! Would love to have this guide!

raptors

Driving on the Jersey Turnpike yesterday, I saw many hawks...and would love to know why they seem to like to fly above the highway.

raptors

If we could get rid of Monsanto's GMO's killing our pollinators the bees from pesticides, we
might have a chance to keep more raptors around and all enjoy that nature offers for the future.

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