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



Would love to have this guide...Kids of all ages just love raptors and I would love to help them!

Field Guide

Raptured by Raptors!!!


My father used to call any hawk perched on a street light or flying in the open, a red-tailed hawk. Most often he was correct. I know now, however, that there are many other species of raptors that we missed due to our quick look at the hawks seen along the road. The guide will improve many road trips and enrich our backyard viewing. Thanks.

Looks like a great book

Looks like a nice addition to any collection! Thanks for the chance to win one

Raptor Book Contest

I would love to have a signed copy of this new guide. Thanks for the chance to win one!


I could look at them all day!

I live in an apt. on the 13th

I live in an apt. on the 13th floor with a view. Two Red Tail Hawks and possibly a Coopers Hawk fly by my window on their way, to where? Occasionally, as they pass, they seem to look at me and nod their heads. Another instance of nature's specie-to-specie connectivity through mutual awareness. A bit of Audubon-ness no doubt.

I live here in oceanside, .ca

I live here in oceanside, .ca and can't get enough bird shots...

Winning a free guide!

I need this book! But if I don't win, I'm sure by next Christmas evening I will have one...


i'm new to birding, this book would help me a great deal! thank you

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