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Monday, March 25, 2013

Guess This Bird and Win! Tomorrow The New Stokes Field Guide to Birds:Eastern & Western Region Will Be Published!


OK, Who is this? Guess correctly and you can win our new guides The New Stokes Field Guide to Birds: Eastern Region and The New Stokes Field Guide to Birds: Western Region, which will be published tomorrow!

At the end of the day tomorrow at 5 pm EST, we will post the winners names and tell you the answers to the Stokes Big Countdown Bird Quiz!


Contest Rules

1. Identify the bird by 12 noon EST tomorrow. Send us your answer here.

2. If you get the correct answer, your name will be put in a raffle. On March 26th, the publication date of our new guides, we will pull 10 names out of the raffle hat at the end of the day and announce the winners. The winners will each be sent an autographed set of our new guides, The New Stokes Field Guide to Birds: Eastern Region and The New Stokes Field Guide to Birds: Western Region.

3. You can enter the contest each day, but you will only win one set of books. You can go to our blog here, and look at the past mystery bird quizzes and guess them also.
Remember to send your answers by filling out the email form here.


The New Stokes Field Guide to Birds: Eastern Region and The New Stokes Field Guide to Birds: Western Region are the most complete photographic guides to the birds of eastern and western North America ever written. These lighter weight, portable editions are based on our best-selling national guide, The Stokes Field Guide to the Birds of North America. They feature thousands (over 2,200 in the east and over 2,400 in the west) of stunningly beautiful photos showing all the field marks and every significant plumage of each species and they include the most up-to-date and extensive identification information of any field guide. (Note, these are entirely new books and not the same as the former Stokes Field Guide to Birds eastern and western regions published in 1996 which are going out of print.) We are so excited to bring to you these all new, lighter, more portable field guides, just in time for spring migration.


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