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Richard Crossley is an internationally acclaimed birder and photographer who has been birding since age 7 and who, by age 21, had hitchhiked more than 100,000 miles chasing birds across his native Britain and Europe. His love of the outdoors and his interest in teaching, design, and technology have shaped his unique vision for the future of birding and bird books. He is excited by the prospect of using new technologies to bring "reality birding" to a wide audience through many different media. He is a spokesperson for Nikon Sports Optics and coauthor of "The Shorebird Guide", and lives with his wife and two daughters in Cape May, New Jersey.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Birds -- East (U.S.) -- Identification.
Birds -- Canada, Eastern -- Identification.
Birds -- Behavior -- North America.
Birds -- East (U.S.) -- Pictorial works.
Birds -- Canada, Eastern -- Pictorial works.
Bird watching -- Canada, Eastern.
Bird watching -- East (U.S.)
Birds -- East (U.S.) -- Identification. -- sears
Birds -- Eastern Canada -- Identification. -- sears
Birds -- East (U.S.) -- Pictorial works. -- sears
Birds -- Eastern Canada -- Pictorial works. -- sears
Bird watching -- East (U.S.) -- sears
Bird watching -- Eastern Canada. -- sears