The Crossley ID Guide

The Crossley ID Guide


Book - 2013
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As part of the revolutionary Crossley ID Guide series, this comprehensive and authoritative book covers all thirty-four of North America's diurnal raptors. Each species is featured in stunning lifelike scenes creating a complete picture, ideal for the beginning and novice birder. These color plates show males and females, in a full spectrum of ages and color variants, depicted near and far, in flight and at rest, and from multiple angles, all caught in their typical habitats. This design allows everyone to understand and enjoy what he or she sees in the field. There are also comparative multispecies scenes and mystery photographs that allow readers to test their identification skills, along with answers and full explanations in the back of the book.--INSIDE COVER.
Publisher: Princeton : Crossley Books/Princeton University Press, c2013
ISBN: 9780691157405
Branch Call Number: 598.9097 C8846c 2013
Characteristics: 286 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Liguori, Jerry 1966-
Sullivan, Brian 1971-
Alternative Title: Raptors


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Dec 02, 2017

Very nice guide book on raptors. Some text, but not a lot. Many images of each species in flight and resting, showing posture. This resource will help me immensely on an art project.


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