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
Magazine Category

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ID book

That wo in a field looking around.uld be so helpful to me when out

YES!!

This would be such a great addition to my daughter's library. She has been a licensed wildlife rehabilitator since she was 17, with birds being her specialty.

My first raptor

I'll never forget the first raptor I identified. While birding for my ornithology class in college, I spent an hour tracking a redtail through snow covered forest before it landed on a parking lot light post for me to ID. Hard to find the raptors in a general field guide when your excited and can barely feel your hands! A book like this would make the task much easier in the future.

Love raptors....yesterday

Love raptors....yesterday watched a red tail swoop down as I was driving so it could pick on some roadkill but it had barely landed and although I tried to stop so I could watch, he had to take off again. but what a sight!

Franklin Institute Hawhaholic

May 1st a successful pip and eyass! I've become a huge fan! Opening my eyes to the wonder of the top of the food chain!

Looking forward to getting my

Looking forward to getting my copy!

Raptor ID

Love raptors! I used to count hawks on fence posts along I-5 between SoCal and the Central Valley. It made a boring drive much more interesting.

I'd love to win!

I love birding and would love to win a signed book!

ID Guide...

Would love to have this...!!!

ID Guide...

Would love to have this...!!!

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