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Newsletter ZEISS Nature Observation
Dear member,
Every morning, birds are waking up even earlier to deliver their concert. Days get longer again, red kites circle above the heads of Central Europeans the scent of summer draws ever nearer. Protecting birds and insects becomes more important every year. What we create as small habitats - whether it’s wild flowers and meadows in our gardens or on the balcony - is organized on a large scale by professional bird conservationists. Read what professional birders have to say in this newsletter.

Enjoy nature captured in special pictures.
Noam Weiss: Nature saved me
Without experiencing nature in all its diversity, life is dreary for many people. But nature accomplishes much more than enriching daily life, as the very personal story of Noam Weiss shows. As one of the most important bird conservationists in Israel’s birding hotspot, Noam gives back to nature what it so kindly gave him as a child – shelter. Read more about the man who watches the most interesting bird species of the migration period with his Victory SF.
Read more on ZEISS Nature Blog
Victory SF
Guard for Elbe’s bird filling station
Whether migrating or breeding, birds regularly pass by Marco Sommerfeld at Wedel’s marshland, outside of Hamburg. He and his team of volunteers and trainees maintain the unique biotope daily, a habitat for 80 breeding bird species and a filling station for a further 80 migratory bird species. In this article, we look at how Marco got this dream job and what his daily activities looks like:
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Victory Harpia
Check of binoculars
Now spring has sprung, it’s important that your binoculars run reliably and are maintained well. *After vacations at the seaside, for example, sand may affect the focusing wheel.
ZEISS representatives take part at many birding festivals and will give your binocular a quick evaluation or help you to change out your old eyecups. Check out our calendar of events at Facebook.com/zeissbirding where the next event near you will take place.
Bird life from a children perspective
Dale Rosselet from New Jersey Audubon is convinced that the better children understand nature, the more they will fight for its conservation. Her organization manages to generate fascination in the next generation of bird watchers. Emma, 15 years old, impressively illustrates how she joined the Young Birders’ Club at the age of only five years old, and how bird life looked like through a child’s eyes.
Read more on ZEISS Nature Blog
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