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38th year in print!

It’s back and better than ever!
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The best intro to raptors is ready for orders

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“Anyone wanting to educate themselves or someone else about North America’s raptors needs this book in their tool chest!”

“With this book, REF again leads the way to entice children into the marvelous world of eagles, hawks, falcons, and owls…WOW!”

“Once again, REF distinguishes itself as an educational organization that has virtually no peers when it comes to introducing the public to raptors.  This wonderful book is a must for any bird lover!”

“As a person who has studied predatory birds in many lands over the course of 60+ years, I see this beautiful collection of Donald Malick’s art together with Anne Price’s concise life history for each species as a great introduction to raptors.  To me, the outline drawings, although great coloring fun for a small child, are also an important learning tool for teens and adults, especially in memorizing the color schemes of each species.  For this purpose, and for general relaxation from the busy-ness of the world, I urge that colored pencils be used to more precisely match the paintings.  Above all else, this book helps you enjoy our amazing wildlife heritage. ”
Dr. David H. Ellis

Winner of the 2020 Skipping Stones Honor Award
for Nature and Ecology Books
After 32 years in print we are very pleased to release this brand new edition of our introduction to all of America’s raptors. Thanks to the University of New Mexico Press for re-creating the original into another masterpiece for the 21st century! Written by REF President & Curator,  Anne Price, and illustrated by Don Malick, this book is a must for anyone interested in learning the basics about raptors.  Great for children and anyone cultivating an interest in eagles, hawk, falcons, owls, and vultures! If you are interested in raptors in any way, this book belongs in your resource library. There has never been a better way to acquaint yourself with all of America’s raptors.  Artist Nancy Malick’s description upon seeing an advanced copy, “it’s a coffee-table coloring book.” summarizes the book’s quality.
Endorsed by Roger Tory Peterson

Colorado Parks & Wildlife Endorsement. To see the first review of our original book published in Colorado Outdoors, the magazine of Colorado Parks & Wildlife, just click.

Anne Price, Raptor Education Foundation’s President & Curator, gets to see an advanced copy of her newest accomplishment. Spend a few seconds with Anne as she inspects the culmination of several years work. Thanks to the entire production team at the University of New Mexico Press for a beautiful result. It will begin arriving just in time for us as we start our 40th year promoting environmental literacy with our live eagles, hawks, falcons, owls, and vultures. If you want to introduce yourself or others to these marvelous birds, our newest book is the place to start.

John Graves’ book sales of Broken Wing have already resulted in over $2,500 being donated to our mission.  Your purchase of his book continues those gifts coming our way.  Just click on his name below, and help us spread the word about the deadly results of Conflict Energy. Thank you!

John Graves (Author)


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