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1. Mallorca's Best Hotel Stays for Birdwatching Holidays
June 19, 2018

Are you looking to combine a Mediterranean holiday with a passion for bird watching? Mallorca is just the right place for you. With hundreds of species of birds which visit the island annually on their migration route, it is considered one of the most diverse avian habitats in the entire Mediterranean. While other islands here are usually rocky, barren and sparsely forested, Mallorca has the ideal amount of vegetation and other natural assets which make it extremely attractive to birds. The key to every bird watcher's success is setting out from the right spot. Here are two hotels whose locat... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. 4 Things You Must Check before Going on Bird Watching in China
April 30, 2018

One of the most fruitful yet fascinating hobbies that one could have is bird-watching. If you have a soft corner for the beautiful birds, then you can never be satisfied with just viewing different bird species in your region. You would want to cross countries and satiate your desire to meet and greet different birds. In order to be an avid bird watcher and plan birding trips in other countries, you need to enroll with a company that organizes bird-watching trips. If you are thinking of embarking upon bird watching in China, then there are multiple choices for you. There are a number of compa... (read more)

Author: Alice Campbell

3. The Best Way To Pick the Finest Form Of Binoculars To Your-self
April 03, 2018

In case You love performing celebrity gazing and bird-watching, in the event that you're deeply in deep love with calmness as-well afterward binoculars needs to function as very best pal. Get the best compact binoculars who are getting to produce you view, exactly what you aren't likely to comprehend only by your usual sight. Today often it becomes hard to select the best type of binoculars depending on your preferences whilst the need for flashes can be for a variety of explanations. Have a peek at a number of of the very best brands and also the best way to pick the finest ribbons on y... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

4. Night Birds of the Galapagos Islands
December 13, 2017

For nature lovers, Galapagos holidays provide the opportunity to view some of the most fascinating wildlife on the planet. Among the most anticipated of all the species are the birds of the archipelago, and their abundance and fearlessness make for some very accessible bird watching. The Night Birds There are just two resident night birds: the Barn Owl and the Short-eared Owl, both of which have endemic sub-species in the archipelago. For those who travel to the islands on Galapagos holidays, there are plenty of opportunities to catch sight of these enigmatic creatures. The Ba... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Best Birding Sites in Lesbos
May 03, 2017

As the third largest of the Greek islands, Lesbos (also called Lesvos) is popular for a number of things: olive oil, sardines, wildflowers and its fascinating mythology. But its greatest renown comes as one of the best bird watching sites in Europe. Dedicated birding holidays in Lesbos introduce participants to an island absolutely teeming with migrant and resident breeding species, against a backdrop of diverse geography and habitats. For those heading off on bird holidays in Lesbos, respected avian expert Richard Brooks has written a book called "Birding in Lesvos", which makes a very u... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. An alternative way to search for bird watching tours
April 20, 2017

Blue Sky Wildlife is a unique ecotourism website offering birders and wildlife enthusiasts an alternative way to search for wildlife tours and ecotourism holidays, ranging from birds to butterflies and mammals to wildflowers. 65 established and award winning wildlife tour operators and companies are already listed on the site covering 36 countries and offering over 225 unique bird watching and wildlife tours. The number of listed tour operators is anticipated to grow to over 100 within the next 6 months. This unique website offers the flexibility to search for all kinds of wildlife ... (read more)

Author: Richard Goodchild

7. Introducing the Newest Species of Thrush
March 17, 2017

While the news may have gone under the radar of anyone without an interest in bird watching, in 2016 scientists announced the discovery of a new avian species: Zoothera salimalii, the Himalayan Forest Thrush. Named in honour of the late Indian ornithologist Dr Salim Ali, whose extensive contributions to research have been invaluable to the base of scientific knowledge of birds, the species is found in China and Northern India. The Himalayan Forest Thrush is only the fourth new species to be discovered in India in the last 70 years. Sharp-eared Scientists In 1999 a team of sharp-eare... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. 4 Stupid Mistakes You Must Avoid On Your First Bird Watching Tour
February 28, 2017

Those days are long past when just traveling used to offer you the way to get energized when you are tired of the regular city life. Now, as with the expansion of city life, we are going away from nature with every passing moment. But ironically, nature is the only healer when you are tired and beaten by the daily life. So, if you are feeling done with your monotonous life in the city then pack your bags and go close to nature. Now you must be thinking, hiking or camping can be boring for you as you are not that much of a loner. Don't worry. There is a solution for you. Why don't you go some... (read more)

Author: Alice Campbell

9. Understanding the Science of Ornithology
January 18, 2017

Our human relationship and fascination with birds has been in evidence since the Stone Age, with drawings and bones dated back to that time depicting them as not just a source of food, but also an important part of these early civilizations' mythology. Ornithology, the study of birds, has contributed to the overarching studies and subsequent theories and concepts of ecology, geography and even anthropology. What is Ornithology? Ornithology is a branch of zoology. This vast and diverse field is defined as "the scientific study of birds" – with ornithologists studying every aspect of ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Three of Nature's Most Elusive Birds
January 18, 2017

While many of the more than 10,000 species and 21,000 sub-species of the world's birds are part of our everyday lives – some surviving in even the most built-up urban habitats – there are some that are so elusive that sightings of them in their natural habitat are extremely rare. Quite often, the only way anyone aside from scientists or researchers can encounter these rare avians is on professional bird watching holidays; this kind of dedicated wildlife travel is becoming more and more popular. Rare, Beautiful and Mysterious Bird watching holidays take participants to exotic locatio... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Why Must Sichuan, Be Your Next Holiday Destination?
December 19, 2016

One of the best places to embrace nature in China is the province of Sichuan, which is gaining popularity as a holiday destination. Apart from museums, national parks, and reserves, there are other attractions for tourists for saying "hi" to nature and wildlife. Consisting of multiple cities, Sichuan is one the main tourist spots in China. Read this article to know some of the main reasons behind visiting this province. Read On Best Place For Passionate Birders - Sichuan is one of the most exotic places where you can spot flocks of feathered beauties if you are visiting there with th... (read more)

Author: Alice Campbell

12. Plovers, Penguins and High Altitude Peaks - The Birdlife of Chile
November 21, 2016

For wildlife enthusiasts with a particular passion for bird watching, there are some exciting opportunities on offer through professionally-organised small group bird holidays. Led by a qualified naturalist guide, the best bird holidays not only facilitate sightings of a diverse range of avian species; participants will also encounter other wildlife species and be able to immerse in the local culture of the country they are visiting. While every destination has its own appeal for bird holidays, Chile is unique: it has several very different kinds of habitat supporting an array of migrator... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. 4 Things You Must Carry For China Bird Watching Tour
November 15, 2016

Are you bored with your monotonous life in China? If yes, then it's time for you to apply for a leave in your office and go for a bird watching tour. Sounds interesting right? These days flying to an exotic beach destination or a hill station is just too boring. Believe me, nowadays, most of the travellers love to visit isolated or virgin spots only where they can spend some quality time in the laps of nature, observe exotic birds or try out adventure sports (if any). You must be thinking, is there any place in China where you can go for an adventurous trip or for birding tour? Of course There... (read more)

Author: Alice Campbell

14. Reasons Why You Should Go For a Birding Trip in China
September 09, 2016

If you are a bird enthusiast in China, then you must be interested in a birding tour which will give you ample of opportunities to explore and witness the beautiful birds including a few endangered ones as well, if you are lucky enough. There are plenty of reasons why you should go for a birding tour. Read on to know more. Advantages of going on a bird tour in China:- Exotic species - you will get to witness some of the most beautiful birds which you can't see in your daily life, the tour guides will take you to places where you can get glimpses of the black-necked cranes, White-eare... (read more)

Author: Alice Campbell

15. How to Choose a Spotting Scope
July 12, 2016

People that love to go birdwatching have for years on end used binoculars UK to be able to clearly observe their feathered friends that are far away or when they don’t want to venture too close to those that are nesting. However, many times bird watchers get a shock of their lives when they put binoculars aside and decide to try a spotting scope. A spotting scope can play such a huge role because apart from making it easy for someone to locate a faraway bird, it comes in handy when you are dealing with some of those shy and highly sensitive species such as hawks, waterfowls and shorebirds in s... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

16. How to Buy Binoculars: A Shopping Guide
April 29, 2016

Binoculars are usually useful for hunters or bird watchers who need to ensure that they catch their prey from afar which is why I am writing this guide to help the expert or newbie to find the perfect pair. Before you jump into buying a binocular you may have to do some research. Binoculars are very easy to buy if you know what the specifications you are looking for are but if you have no idea what you want you may find it hard to pinpoint the right one. If you want to know how to buy binoculars you may need to first find out what you the primary purpose for this binocular is. The primary pur... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

17. Tips on Digital Binoculars
March 10, 2016

Also called the camera binoculars, digital binoculars come with the ability to take pictures of the scene you are viewing; this is especially important for sports and outdoor enthusiasts so they can have a close-up and record important scenes they want to remember and share with others. Just like your typical digital camera, the digital camera binoculars is available in different varieties in terms of quality and pricing where there are models that come with a hefty price tag. However, you should expect the price of the regular pair to compare with the price of a normal digital camera; such mo... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

18. The Pishing Birder Releases World's First Pishing Song & Ringtone
November 07, 2015

Cathy Comora, was with her family last Christmas season celebrating at Oscar Scherer Park in Sarasota, FL. “My father is an avid birder, and was taking us to see the Florida Scrub Jays. He was calling in the birds by 'pishing,' which is the act of attracting birds by making a very specific noise. The technique, used by birders and ornothologists, sounds like, 'Pssshhh, Pssshhh.' "That's when I had the idea of pishing to music. I began pishing to the song, 'Jingle Bells.' Everyone laughed, and several people joined in. I told my family I was going to release some pishing songs in tim... (read more)

Author: John Doe

19. What is the use of Binoculars?
August 24, 2015

Different things have different uses. If you have binocular, then you can enjoy your time watching birds and sports in stadiums. It brings people closer to each other and magnifies objects that are far away if you use this properly. In childhood, children used to play with this but it has many uses. You should clean your device at regular intervals to get a perfect image. How to keep your binoculars safe You should put strap of binocular around your neck and save this from falling down at a go. After this, you can adjust the barrels of binoculars and move the barrels closer or far apart... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

20. Tips on Buying Digital Camera Binoculars
July 09, 2015

There are many uses for digital camera binoculars such a bird watching, trekking or picnics; researchers tracking rare birds and animals have found a perfect pal in this relatively new piece of optical technology that is gaining popularity by the day. With each passing day more and more people are discovering the usefulness and fun that goes with having this type of binoculars. Just like the name suggests, the camera binocular comes with a digital camera fitted so that users can take pictures of the objects they are watching that are far away; they have a more powerful zoom than your ordinary ... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

21. 5 Birds To Get To Know In Antarctica
July 09, 2015

There are some parts of the world that offer good bird watching cruises, and then there's Antarctica, which is quite simply a cut - or perhaps that should be 'beak' - above. For those wishing to truly 'spread their wings' (sorry) on the ultimate bird-spotting break, there can be no better option than one of our own well-priced packages here at Antarctica Bound. Here are just five of the endless range of birds to get acquainted with on your next visit to this incredible natural frontier. 1. Penguins You know you're in Antarctica when you spot a penguin, which is unquestionably... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

22. Understanding Spotting Scopes
March 24, 2015

Looking at a bird in the field using spotting scopes can be one amazing experience and most bird watchers simply love it. If you love watching birds for fun a spotting scope personalizes the whole experience because it brings some details the naked eye or binoculars may not reveal to you; what with watching a bird preening, raising its crest or simply gobbling down a caterpillar. With a spotting scope you should be able to see some birds that are always far away and therefore unidentifiable. If you think spotting scopes are too difficult put a handle on, you are in for a surprise. Compar... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

23. Walking holidays in Tuscany
January 06, 2015

More and more travelers come to Italy for a walking holiday and the Natural Reserve of Bolgheri is a perfect place to combine trekking and bird watching. The Animal Sanctuary sits in along the coast of Tuscany Italy between Cecina and San Vincenzo. Only guided walking tours are allowed and you need to book with the WWF. You can stay overnight at the Agriturismo Prategiano and the staff of this nice agriturismo in Maremma Tuscany will organize a walking tour with the guides of the WWF for you. The itinerary in the protected area has tracks, huts, observation towers and nature paths. The ... (read more)

Author: Andrea Paradisi

24. Bird watching on horseback in Maremma Tuscany Italy
January 01, 2015

In winter, the Prategiano Agriturismo and Riding Center in Tuscany offers a very special ride: A trail ride through the Nature Park Diaccia Botrona. Experienced horseback riders can join the group with their own horses or with the horses of the Riding Club. The reserve is located in Maremma Tuscany Italy just south of Castiglione della Pescaia. The best period for a visit runs from October to May, when you can witness the show of the arrival of thousands of migratory birds and their overwintering. The Province of Grosseto has installed walkways and observation huts to facilitate the visit to... (read more)

Author: Andrea Paradisi

25. Bird Watching Or Hunting - Must Carry Leica Ultravid HD Binoculars
November 14, 2014

The world of Leica HD Binoculars are quite unmatched by their image clarity and ease of use. Here we can see the whole lot of models of Leica brand, which only one of its kind in the world of binoculars. We have the Leica Duovid, the only high end performance binoculars with multiple fixed magnifications. The Leica Duovid 8+12x42 offers 8x magnification for wide field of view and 12x magnification for detailed viewing. The Leica Duovid 10+15x50 has a low power setting of 10x for excellent detail in low lighting and 15x power for spotting scope detail at long ranges. Both binoculars feature a b... (read more)

Author: Mark Griffin

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