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How to successfully take photos through your binoculars - digibinning technique

Posted Tuesday 16th June 2009 at 17:55 by Dale Forbes
So a lot of people have asked me about taking photos through binoculars, and I tend to write about digibinning fairly often. But the thing is, I still don't think that very many people ever do digibinning even though I am convinced it is a fantastic tool/resource for the average birder and field naturalist (butterflies, dragonflies, giraffe eyes). So while I was in Kazakhstan, I made a short YouTube video introducing digibinning and showing how easy it is to do in the field.

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8/1-8/2/09 - Upper Waiakea Forest Reserve, North of Kaumana Trail

Posted Sunday 2nd August 2009 at 07:30 by bkrownd
Updated Tuesday 4th August 2009 at 03:19 by bkrownd
I was watching new DVDs until late last night, and it rained into the morning which always makes it hard for me to get out of bed, so I got a very late start today. When this happens I usually go to somewhere I haven't been before to scout new areas. Disappointing at first, but sometimes it works out for the better. Today was one of those happy accidents.

My Saddle explorations along and South of Kaumana Trail are far from complete, but by now I need a whole day just to get...
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8/5-8/9/09 - TNC Kona Hema Preserve

Posted Monday 10th August 2009 at 07:35 by bkrownd
Updated Monday 10th August 2009 at 07:38 by bkrownd
I was very fortunate to be invited to spent a 4-day weekend helping with a reforestation project at The Nature Conservancy's Kona Hema preserve in Honomalino. I got to play botanist, ornithologist, natural historian, navigator, etc, and gave the researchers a tour of our native ferns. (to the best of my knowledge) I had a wonderful time doing vegetation surveys in the reforestation plots with interesting people. They called it "work", but for me it was 100% fun! :)

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A Trip to Wanglang

Posted Thursday 20th August 2009 at 13:03 by china guy
Chengdu Bird guiding [email protected] - Chengdu, Sichuan, the gateway to Tibet - to see more travel pics of Sichuan go to my travel blog at - http://chengdutravel.blogspot.com/
To see more of our birding pics go to - http://sichuanbirds.blogspot.com/



Three-banded Rosefinch - this male is a pretty striking bird - we spotted him on one of the moss covered, primeval like conifer trees...
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The Rain Has Fallen Steadily

Posted Wednesday 16th September 2009 at 02:52 by Francis Duggan
The rain has fallen steadily through the morning to swell the creek and fill the roadside drain
And on the blackwood tree the white backed magpie is singing his kind always sings in wind and rain
This dry countryside needs rain as much as we need to drink water but the difference between Mother Earth and you and I
Is that after rain the earth again starts living but we are dead forever when we die,
How nice to hear the rain on the galvanize roof it does make for a pleasant...
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