March 17, 2011
Birdwatching Dot Com
March of the Ducks
A swimming female green-winged teal looks modest, demure.
But when she stands up in the water, she really struts her teal.
Photo copyright 2011 Michael and Diane Porter
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from This Morning Outside
The first optics a birder needs is a good binocular. If you then want to see birds far away, such as ducks on a wetland, you will really enjoy a spotting scope.
If you want a top quality scope but at a moderate price, we recommend the Vortex Razor.
When we tested it for a review, we found it the equal of scopes costing two or three times a much.
Bird Brain is a birding database for Macintosh computers. It keeps your life list, backyard list, yard list, and more. And your notes and photos, too.
Created by Michael and Diane Porter, of this Birdwatching Dot Com website.
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