March 25, 2011
Birdwatching Dot Com
A tufted titmouse takes a break from his constant singing (if you call two notes endlessly repeated a song, and I do) to stop by my porch for a quick drink.
Photo copyright 2011 Michael and Diane Porter
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If your interest in birds is serious, you might want to get a better binocular. Like a Vortex Diamondback.
It has good optical quality and an extremely wide field of view. It's waterproof and has a lifetime guarantee.
It comes in several sizes. We recommend the 8x42 model.
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.
Read more about Bird Brain.