Aug. 5, 2014
Birdwatching Dot Com
Well, I don't know. We liked the yellow daylily, but we think maybe the red one is even nicer, brings out our complexion more. Which one do you prefer?
© 2014 Diane Porter
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from This Morning Outside
Even if you already own binoculars, this one will let you see something special. Nothing else lets you look at a small critters this close.
If will focus as close as 18 inches! You can see details you've never imagined.
It's great for birds, too, especially hummingbirds.
And it's really not expensive. Read about it .
Gets a budding birder going. It includes a good binocular (Eagle Optics Shrike). And a bird book that will fit in a pocket, covering of all the birds of North America. And Diane Porter's DVD, How to Start Watching Birds.