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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Better Travel

Raptors have made highway travelling much more enjoyable now that you see so many perched along the edges!

raptor guide

I would absolutely love to win this to add to our library at Croakers. My husband and i are trying to revitalize tourism in Kent county Delaware by renovating a historical mess of a building in woodland beach and making it a center for ecotourism.

This Looks Like an Interesting New Guide

Can't have enough on my shrinking book shelf.

Crossley Raptor Guide

Can't have too many field guides - if they would all sit still it wouldn't be such a challenge

Crossley ID Guide

Love raptors!

Raptor ID

I often struggle to ID raptors in flight and, look forward to adding this book to my library of resources to help with this.

Learning how to ID Raptors

We are trying to learn Raptor ID. Just came back from DC/Virginia and saw Osprey, Bald Eagle, Red Tailed Hawks and many Turkey Vulchers. And that's about my limit on Raptor ID.

a book of Raptors

How wonderful!! I could use this on top of Mt Philo in Vermont during the fall migration. There are dozens of hawks catching thermals and then heading south.

Birds of Prey

Raptors are truly amazing birds that I've watched all over our country. I recommend Audubon.org as it is an amazing website. However, my favorite is the live Osprey camera on Hog Island.

Raptors are skilled hunters

Raptors are skilled hunters and simply amazing! Plus this would be a fantastic birthday gift for myself :)

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