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Clay Sutton is a freelance writer, naturalist, lecturer, and tour leader.
David Sibley is the author of The Sibley Guide to Birds and several other books.
I think I had one click on and accidentally purchased this .. but I decided to check it out and it's helped me tremendously with hawk identification. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pen Name
Couldn't put it down. Really helped me identify distant, airborne raptors this year! Found a broad-winged hawk, a red-shouldered hawk, a sharp-shinned hawk, a merlin, a northern... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Stoica1117
I WAS EXPECTING MORE OF A FIELD REFERENCE THAN A STUDDY BOOK. I WOULDN'T RECOMMEND IT. SEND THIS TO THE WRITERS.Published 3 months ago by John H Whitehead
This book is well illustrated and the explanations on how to use the illustration's has made my hawk watching more enjoyable and less frustrating.Published 6 months ago by Jack Mcguire
I am very impressed with the artist renderings, photos, & descriptions. I had know idea there are so many color variations of the
Good, but needs more Color pictures and details, i.e. wing span, length, geographical habitat locations and comparison of size to other raptors.Published 8 months ago by panphilogist
A very good guide to Hawks with excellent pictures and good descriptive notes. Used during this fall migration and found to be very helpful.Published 10 months ago by Barry Hershfeld