September 3, 2013
Birdwatching Dot Com
In the welcome coolness of a morning that already feels like fall, a certain vireo turns a red eye toward me. Well named, the red-eyed vireo!
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from This Morning Outside
Everyone interested in watching wild birds deserves her or his very own binoculars.
A good binocular for getting started does not have to be expensive, but it should have good optical quality.
The Eagle Optics Shrike 8x42 costs under $100.
This book lets you identify all the birds in eastern North America.
Like the red-eyed vireos.
If you're new to birding, get this book! It has superb pictures, and the introduction shows you how to identify birds.
We can see birds with our ears. Through trees, around corners, and in the dark!
Birding By Ear CD teaches how to know birds by their sounds.
There's a version for Eastern North America and one for Western. We recommend them.
Thayer Birding Software's Gold Edition DVD is the ultimate resource for bird information. Enjoy photos, songs, and action videos.