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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    Breeding barnacle geese and ringed plover as well.
  2. R

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    I did some birdwatching on the Markerwadden last weekend. A man made group of small islands in a big fresh water lake (IJsselmeer), but they attract a lot of birds, like those breeding avocets and common terns. I took those pictures through the ATC 17-40x56 and the VPA1.
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    I saw this one last year in Belgium. I nearly stepped on it.
  4. R

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    Watching breeding gannets on the island Helgoland, Germany.
  5. R

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    Very nice! I had to go to Finland to see one... singing as an added bonus.
  6. R

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    I also saw the Oriental Turtle Dove. A very rare vagrant for the Netherlands.
  7. R

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    I saw an overwintering great grey shrike somewhere in the north of the Netherlands with my so loved EL 12x50.
  8. R

    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    Absolutely. Especially the snow bunting. Not shy at all.
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    Went to the Wadden Sea this morning and saw 3x snow bunting. Also saw some purple sandpipers, rock pipit, hen harrier, smew, pintail, white tailed eagle and flying bittern. All with my EL 12x50. Did I already say I like them?
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    I am jealous. We do not have hummingbirds on this side of the ocean. I loved seeing a couple of them in the US/Canada. At the moment in our garden only great tits, blue tits, finches, blackirds and occasionally a great spotted woodpecker or a redwing.
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    The scope wasn't mine unfortunately. I got really nice views from it as well.
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    Last week I was watching bird migration at Falsterbo, Sweden, with my NL 10x32. Perfect pair of binoculars for this kind of bird watching, because of the fast focuser and it's weight. 10 power is preferable because lots of waders are further away. I saw an adult male pallid harrier and a...
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    Blue heron without a head on the roof of our neighbours. Token through my SLC 8x42 and VPA.
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