We are partnering with a stellar group of bloggers to celebrate the launch of The Crossley ID Guide: Raptors. The complete schedule of articles is below. Please support our partners by visiting their sites and reading their articles.
Monday, March 11
10,000 Birds – Feature on the art of The Crossley ID Guide: Raptors
About.com – A quick introduction to the types of raptors found in North America
Tuesday, March 12
FatFinch – Feature on raptors in Native American mythology
Flying Mullet – Raptors of Everglades National Park
Wednesday, March 13
The Well-read Naturalist – Feature on the collective names for hawks
Birds from Behind – Tips on hawk identification from behind
Thursday, March 14
Nemesis Bird – A review of The Crossley ID Guide: Raptors
Birding Etc. – Comparison of plates from The Crossley ID Guide: Raptors
Friday, March 15
Birdwatch magazine – Announcing the publication of The Crossley ID Guide: Britain and Ireland, sneak peeks of plates, too
Birding is Fun – A feature on the Swainson’s Hawk
Monday, March 18
Birdchick.com – A feature on the Northern Goshawk and a chance to win a copy of The Crossley ID Guide
Charm of Finches – A feature on raptors found in Southern Texas
Minnesota Bird Nerd – A feature on Hawk Ridge and raptor counting
Tuesday, March 19
Birdfreak – Feature on Turkey Vultures
Wednesday, March 20
Another Bird Blog – Feature on raptors the UK shares with US and a chance to win 1 of 2 copies of The Crossley ID Guide
Radley Ice – Article on Montana’s Peregrine recovery
Magnificent Frigate Bird – Feature on raptors as education ambassadors including Cooper’s Hawk and others, plus another chance to win signed copies of The Crossley ID Guide
Thursday, March 21
BRDPICS – Tips on raptor photography & ID
Thermal Birding – A Q&A with Brian Sullivan, co-author of The Crossley ID Guide and project leader at eBird
NatureShare – A feature on the ubiquitous Red-Tailed Hawk.
Friday, March 22
Birding New Jersey and the World – Feature on Harris’s Hawk
Birder’s Library – A run-down and comparison of additional raptor books
Celery Farm – A local NJ blog dishes on its resident family of Red-Shouldered Hawks.
Round Robin @ Cornell Lab – Identification tips on the Sharp-Shinned Hawk.
Shindig – The final event of the tour will be a FREE, live online event with the authors of The Crossley ID Guide: Raptors
Friday, March 22, 6-7 PM
Raptor ID Happy Hour with Richard Crossley and Brian Sullivan
Pre-register here: http://shindig.com/event/raptorid or just join us at 6 PM.
Princeton University Press is also giving away a fantastic prize package. Enter to Win the Ultimate Crossley ID Guide Prize Pack here.
Prize sponsors include: