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RICHARD CROSSLEY is an internationally acclaimed birder and photographer. His new, monumental book THE CROSSLEY ID GUIDE is not a field guide, but something quite revolutionary: a book to use as a study guide at home to educate a person on how to look at birds as they appear in the field. Going against the grain of what many people think an identification guide should be, the focus in this book is not field marks, but teaching a person how to look at birds both near and far, at rest and in flight. It looks like no other natural history guide you have ever seen. Tune in and listen to Crossley describe his mission to make everyone better birders and how he goes about it.