Best binoculars for plane watching: review 2021

The 4 Best Binoculars for Plane Watching: Review 2021

If you love to watch airplanes flying or you are one who enjoys watching airshows, then you may want to make use of binoculars. Binoculars offer you a close-up view of flying aircraft and give you a better detail of the aircraft. We offer you the top four binoculars for plane watching. We will also provide a list of the …

Best binoculars for roof inspection: review 2020

The 3 Best Binoculars for Roof Inspection: Reviewed 2021

If you’re a home inspector or a tenant looking to get a new place, you need the best binoculars for roof inspection, because walking on the roof can be quite a hassle. It’s an extremely difficult task and it can be outright dangerous (especially for multi-story buildings), and there is always the chance that something on the roof might be …

Best binoculars for golf: 2020 Review

2021’s Best Binoculars for Golf: Top 3 Reviewed

Owning the best binoculars for golf is super important, as binoculars are a common sight at PGA Tour events, and fans often use them to check out the action from a long distance. It can be really hard to tell which binoculars for golf are really worth buying and which ones you can do without.  There are quite a number …

Moose hunting binoculars review

2021’s Best Binoculars for Moose Hunting: Top 3 Reviewed

Hunting moose or elk is the dream of virtually every American hunter. It simply is one of the best hunting experiences and many hunters love and look forward to it. However, even the best hunters understand the dangers of going moose hunting without a good pair of moose hunting binoculars.  There are quite a number of reasons why carrying the …

Best binoculars for farming review

2021’s Best Binoculars for Farming: Top 3 Reviewed

Binoculars perform the basic function of providing enlarged images of objects in the distance. This function makes the binoculars a versatile tool that can be applied in a number of settings. Some of these settings include wildlife viewing, hiking, birdwatching, hunting, stargazing, golfing, some sporting events, and even theatre.  However, one thing that is not always talked about is how …

Yellowstone national park binocular review

Top 4 Best Binoculars for National Parks: 2021 Review

If you are thinking about going to a National Park such as Yellowstone or Kruger, and require a great pair of binoculars, you have come to the right place. The following list has been put together after a lot of research and review to help you make the best choice. National parks are awesome and amazing spots for tons of …

Machias Seal Island puffins

Machias Seal Island in Maine: An Overview

Every birder should visit Machias Seal Island at least once. (The author has been eight times.). This is one of the very few breeding colonies where visitors are allowed to land on the island and get close to the birds. What Do You See? You can observe at very close range breeding: Atlantic Puffin, Razorbill, Common Tern, and Arctic Tern. …

Crows

Names for Groups of Birds

All of the names in this list may be used by birders who wish to display their knowledge, although it is probably linguistically inaccurate (and it is bad manners) to interrupt someone who refers to “a flock of swans” by saying, “Surely you mean a whiteness of swans.” The names are still fun to know and perhaps useful in some …

Suet facts, feeders, and recipes

Suet: Facts, Feeders, and Recipes

Suet is raw beef fat from around the kidneys and loins. Suet is one of the best foods to attract nuthatches, woodpeckers, wrens, titmice, creepers, kinglets, chickadees, thrashers, cardinals and even bluebirds and unfortunately the starlings and squirrels! To discourage the starlings, purchase a suet feeder cage that is covered on all sides but the bottom. Only birds that can …

birds and wind turbines

Birds and Wind Developments

The Challenge Wind power has the ability to be a green, bird-friendly form of power generation, but it can also adversely affect birds. In 2009, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service estimated that 440,000 birds per year were killed by U.S. wind turbines, and included this figure in the agency’s 2013 budget request to Congress. Birds can die in collisions …