This pocket size field guide makes identifying raptors fun and easy. Measuring 6 x 4.5 x 1/2 inch and lightweight. This guide is organized for efficient use, filled with facts, stunning and clear photographs and author's notes. Extra bonus is a quick-compare section for ease filled identification. Authored by Stan Tekiela.
Join a brother and sister pair when they come face-to-face with a wild baby Great Horned Owl! Lush illustrations by Laura Jacques accompany this story by Jennifer Keats Curtis and demonstrate the proper treatment of wildlife. This story reminds all of us that we live in a world surrounded by wild animals, and those wild More Info »
Learn what the Eagle, Hawk, Condor, Golden Eagle, or Owl have to teach you while expanding your brain with reading. These laminated bookmarks are great for all ages and will hold up to the roughest of conditions. Printed on recycled...
Raptors of Western North America, written and illustrated by David Allen Sibley, is a six panel waterproof guide that makes bird identification simple. The guide covers 28 species from Eagles to Kites with descriptions of each bird including size, season and interesting facts. It also has detailed range maps for every bird and multiple color More Info »
Peterson Young Naturalist Field Guide This new series is designed with the beginner in mind. Featuring the original art of celebrated naturalist Roger Tory Peterson; incorporating the Peterson Identification System, the most effective method for bird identification; and using a straightforward design. This series makes field guides accessible and appealing to children. Roger Tory Peterson More Info »
This marvelous book combines facts of how raptors hunt and act with adventure and fantasy. Written by former Rocky Mountain Raptor Volunteer, Daryl Periman; we are proud to host this new book in our gift shop. While Daryl was a volunteer with the RMRP he learned and began to understand the different characteristics each More Info »