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  1. Swampy Sam

    Big guide???

    I live in Florida and was wondering if anyone could recommend a good insect guide? If there is one. I've looked on line and all I can find is children's books. Thanks all
  2. Swampy Sam

    Low or high power hand held?

    Just wanted to get some input from everyone. Hand holding binos? Would you prefer lower power with less shake or higher power more shake. As you are sacrificing magnification of detail. Just wanted too know if anyone else can not let the magnification thing go?
  3. Swampy Sam

    Human cancelling headphones.

    I would pay good money for a pair. Amplify bird sounds and cancel the human voice. Is anyone working on such a device? It would be great. I could use them at work too.
  4. Swampy Sam

    Emotionally attached?

    I have recently gotten out of photography and more into drawing birds in the field. I love the process of doing it maybe more than the final picture. The more I do it the better they are starting to look. Maybe not jaw dropping, but enough to put in frames .My wife even told me to put them in...
  5. Swampy Sam

    Field Sketching?

    I've been doing alot of it lately. I was just wondering if anyone else does it. My binos mounted on my tripod, I draw like crazy as soon as I see a stationary bird. Birds in flight are a bit tough but I still try. Just thought I would see if anyone else did this?
  6. Swampy Sam

    Some kind of Oriole.

    Some kind of Oriole. In central Florida Baltimore or Orchard or if I'm lucky Bullocks?
  7. Swampy Sam

    Permanent birding blind.

    I have been thinking about building one in my back yard. Has anyone here done this? If so any pointers, tips, problems, or I should haves before I start. Pictures would be nice if anyone has any. Thanks.
  8. Swampy Sam

    The new guy.

    Hello, from the swampy inland part of Florida.
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