In case you weren’t getting enough high-flying fun with this year’s migration series, Tom Stephenson and Scott Whittle, authors of The Warbler Guide, are now getting into the tweeting game. No, not Twitter (you should follow @TheWarblerGuide though), we’re literally posting a bird call identification quiz. From their blog, TheWarblerGuide.com, we’re posting a fun opportunity for bird lovers to get involved with Migration Quiz Mondays!
Plus, don’t forget to scroll to the bottom of the page and check out our giveaway, which closes tomorrow night!
Singing from a short brushy area in the west is a hidden bird. We can see that it has some and maybe a lot of yellow. We think it must be Orange-crowned, Nashville or Wilson’s Warbler. Which is it?
How to win these awesome prizes? Visit this post for details, but there are numerous ways to enter, including liking any of the three books Facebook pages, emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, signing up for our email alerts for Bird and Natural History Titles at http://press.princeton.edu/subscribe/,or following/ tweeting at @PrincetonNature or at any of the author’s Twitter pages (@IDCrossleyGuide or @The WarblerGuide). The winner will be selected at the beginning of October.
And to check out the free downloads we’re currently offering, click on the links below:
Crossley ID Guide Raptors : A sampler raptor guide in PDF format
Quick Finders from The Warbler Guide : A ‘quick finder’ designed to help you identify over 50 warblers faster with targeted color photos.