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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Beautiful stuff! Would love

Beautiful stuff! Would love to win a copy to improve my bird watching and drawing skills.

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I love watching the birds

I love watching the birds that come to eat in my garden. They are beautiful graceful animals and I would love to be able to draw them. I enjoy learning and this would be both a challenge and pleasure to learn from. Lisa Larramendy,

As a

As a photographer/videographer and wildlife biologist, I find I key more on behavior than the details of color and form. I think this book will help me to be more observant of these details that I have overlooked in the past.

What a great book! It would

What a great book! It would be a wonderful addition to my studies this semester - taking this course: The Chesapeake Bay: Natural History of the Chesapeake, the Living Bay's Hidden Secrets. I definitely need to practice my sketches! Hope that I win a copy :D

I would be thrilled with this

I would be thrilled with this book! I've developed such a fulfilling passion for photographing birds and bird conservation. Being able to actually draw them would be fantastic.

I do love watching birds in

I do love watching birds in nature and have two of my own at home! I also have dabbled in art recently, pen and ink and some watercolor. I would love instruction from John Muir's book.
Arlene Roman

I would be thrilled with this

I would be thrilled with this book! I've developed such a fulfilling passion for photographing birds and bird conservation. Being able to actually draw them would be fantastic.

I would love to win this

I would love to win this book.

What a beautiful book! I need

What a beautiful book! I need all the help I can get to draw anything, let alone birds!
Thank you!

Drawing an object, in this

Drawing an object, in this case a bird, cements an image in the human brain for reference and recall. This book teaches in an easily learned sequence of instruction, much like the book, Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain does. I wish that I had had this bird drawing book when younger when my eyesight was better, but anytime is a good time to start the drawing process.

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