An introduction to raptor watching with individual species accounts.
This lavishly photographed, full-color book provides all you need to know, no matter where in the United States or Canada you live. Noted experts in the field, Clay and Patricia Sutton begin with raptor basics. What is a raptor? What are the types of raptors - harriers, accipiters, falcons, ospreys, vultures, eagles - and how do they differ? Where should you look for hawks and eagles? hat type of equipment is needed?
The second part of the book focuses on two dozen regulars - hawks and eagles that you can spot - with detailed species-by-species descriptions, including color photographs, range maps and major migration routes.