Winner of the Very Late April Bird Book Giveaway!

And the winner of this fine book is…


Hawks at a Distance: Identification of Migrant Raptors
Jerry Liguori
With a foreword by Pete Dunne

Congratulations Nick!
Nick Komar said…

My most memorable hawk-viewing experience was from my childhood, while picnicing on a hill behind my house in Newton, Massachusetts. It was 1975 during spring migration, and an immature Golden Eagle soared high overhead, gliding towards the north. Bald Eagles are a possibility in Eastern Massachusetts, but Golden Eagle was totally unexpected. One or two occasionally winter in New England, but at the time, Golden Eagle was not at all on my radar screen – and spotting one migrating north over metropolitan Boston is a once in a lifetime experience, and apparently a memorable one for a 10-yr-old.

May 6, 2011 1:57 PM
I recently discovered this thing on the internet called The Random Thing Picker. That is what I used to choose a winner. Here is the screenshot below.
Nick you can drop by or I can mail you the book. If you want it mailed, pop me your home address.
Thank you all for playing!
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