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  1. Troubador

    Review: Zeiss Victory SF 10x32, Sightings Update No 2

    They are a bit comical when they jerkily sidle around a branch or trunk to hide aren't they. A week ago one was drumming very loudly on one of our oaks and this continued intermittently for about half an hour. Lee
  2. Troubador

    Review: Zeiss Victory SF 10x32, Sightings Update No 2

    Thank you Arthur. Actually all of the observations were made on or from our own property. We are in a suburban area and lucky that nearby woods mean woodland birds visit our garden and all of them visit our old overgrown pond to drink and bathe. Let us all hope for better times during this year...
  3. Troubador

    Review: Zeiss Victory SF 10x32, Sightings Update No 2

    Thank you Weasel 1! Lee
  4. Troubador

    Review: Zeiss Victory SF 10x32, Sightings Update No 2

    We are lucky to have a row of oaks across the bottom of our back garden that extends eastwards to join extensive woodlands on slopes too steep to have been built on during the centuries. This means we quite often get woodland birds such as Great Spotted Woodpecker Dendrocopos major in our oaks...
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