Win a Copy of the Gorgeous Book ‘Audubon’s Aviary’

Win a Copy of the Gorgeous Book ‘Audubon’s Aviary’

This sumptuous new volume presents Audubon's dazzling watercolors of American birds and tells the story behind their creation.

By the Audubon Editors
Published: 10/28/2012
Magazine Category


My 9 year-old granddaughter

My 9 year-old granddaughter hopes to become an ornithologist. She looks at the magazine every month with me. This book would be a treasure for her.

Great book!

How beautiful! And how interesting it would be to learn the story behind the paintings. Usually one considers them in isolation.

This looks like a truly

This looks like a truly beautiful book!

Audubon Contest

I've commented before but I don't see my comment. So I'll give it another go. I would very much love to win this book. I love Audubon's artistry and I love the beauty and grace of the birds. I've started birding in November 2010 when I saw a Peregrine Falcon resting in a small tree in the city of Milwaukee, WI. He was striking, regal, and absolutely gorgeous. This book would be a wonderful addition to my personal library. I hope I win. Good luck to everyone else as well.

Contest Submission

Gorgeous book. I love birds and Audubon's artistry. I started birding since November 2010 when I saw a Peregrine Falcon resting in a small tree in Milwaukee, WI. I admired his bravery and his striking beauty. As a true predator, he was unphased by my presence. He just sat regal on a low hanging branch, surveying the houses and buildings around him. I would very much love this book. Hope I win.


Audubon rules!

Pretty book!

Pretty book!

I'd love to have this book!

Audubon didn't just illustrate a bird -- he breathed life into it, capturing its personality.

Book Giveaway

I would love to have this book in my collection. I work with families doing nature study and appreciation and this would be a valuable asset. I collect books of this type.

Biology student

As a biology major I would love this book. I have really developed a fascination with birds while in school and hope to go into conservation. I see the picture of a Carolina Parakeet, which we recently learned about in conservation biology. It is a shame I wont get to see one in the wild as a resident of South Carolina, but this book is the next best thing!

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