Category: Guides

What Size Spotting Scope Do I Need?

What Size Spotting Scope Do I Need?

If you are ready to upgrade from a pair of binoculars to a spotting scope, then the size is just...
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New To Digiscoping? Start Here – Digiscoping Guide

New To Digiscoping? Start Here – Digiscoping Guide

If you’ve ever been out in the field somewhere and you’ve witnessed something so spectacular, so amazing that you’d wished...
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Complete Bird Watching Equipment List (Must-Haves For Birders)

Complete Bird Watching Equipment List (Must-Haves For Birders)

So you’ve decided to finally give in to your inner desire to become a bird watcher. The call of the...
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What Is A Spotting Scope?

What Is A Spotting Scope?

A spotting scope is similar in design to a monocular but has a much higher magnification and weighs considerably less...
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How To Use A Spotting Scope?

How To Use A Spotting Scope?

Whatever your favourite outdoor hobby is, it will be greatly improved by using a spotting scope. Whether you enjoy bird...
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What Is A Monocular?

What Is A Monocular?

A monocular is a low powered telescope or spotting scope which is hand held like binoculars but only uses one...
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How To Fix Binoculars With Double Vision

How To Fix Binoculars With Double Vision

If your binoculars have double vision, you have a problem, they’re too big to make a good ornament but all...
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What Do The Numbers On Binoculars Mean?

What Do The Numbers On Binoculars Mean?

The numbers on binoculars tell you their strength (magnification) and their size (objective lens diameter). For instance 10x42 means they...
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How Far Can Binoculars See?

How Far Can Binoculars See?

This question is difficult to answer correctly because you can see a long way with binoculars. Think about it, you...
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How To Clean Binoculars

How To Clean Binoculars

Let’s face it, you’ve spent a pretty penny on your binoculars. An investment of course,  but like all investments you...
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Binoculars Field Of View Explained (With Linear & Angular FoV Converters)

Binoculars Field Of View Explained (With Linear & Angular FoV Converters)

In a nutshell the field of view (FoV) is what you can see through the lens from edge to edge....
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Hawke Binoculars Review

Hawke Binoculars Review

Hawke binoculars have become the brand of choice for many: birdwatchers, hikers, airgunners, sightseers and more, but it can be...
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How To Make Fat Balls For Birds (UK Guide)

How To Make Fat Balls For Birds (UK Guide)

Once Autumn has gone and Winter is upon us it gets more difficult for wild birds to find food. Many...
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