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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I would love to earn this

I would love to earn this book!! I am fascinated by birds, especially raptors. This would be so helpful.

I would love to earn this

I would love to earn this book!! I am fascinated by birds, especially raptors. This would be so helpful.

Contest to win "Crossley ID Guide: Raptors"

I would love to own this book!!!!!

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My husband would love this!!!

Oh please - for my birthday!

This would be a perfect birthday gift, and something to get me out of the house when my broken foot finally heals! The contest ends May 24, my 41st birthday. I'll be waiting with bated breath...

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Help me show up my husband for Mother's Day!

He knows birds like the back of his hand and I can never keep up. Hopefully, this would help me, at least in the raptor department. Thanks.

Birding is a blast! I don't

Birding is a blast! I don't know anyone my age (27) who is into it but I like to keep to myself mostly anyway so it's ok. Photography goes sperfectly with bird watching so it's the perfect pastime for me. Always a challenge and a real thrill to see something for the first time. I still have difficulty identifying the raptors though. My dad and I went to the local Audubon TWICE for a raptor ID class but I don't get to see too many real-life raptors long enough to learn how to recognize them. But I do enjoy the familiar red-tailed, kestrel, and the rare bald eagle from the comfort of my rural home. I know there are other species here and I could really use this guide. And of course, signatures are a plus!

Newbie raptor watcher

I'd love to win this book! As a retired teacher of gifted children, I would love to know more of raptors in order to share with neighbors, grandkids, and volunteers at my local Audubon chapter. My 5 year old grandson (absolutely gifted in the naturalist realm) and I love to hike and observe birds. What wonderful experiences we could share with this book.

’The “Crossley ID Guide Giveaway”

I would love to win this, thank-you for the opportunity. These guides are always so informative and the pictures are just beautiful.

love my osprey the most

anything that will help me tell the difference between a sharp-shinned and a cooper's is most appreciated!!

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