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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    That brings back so many happy memories of Brunsumm and Geilenkirchen when I was serving with NATO back in the 90's. Fantastic place for walks and wildlife!
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    Down the lane to the river this morning with Archie the Rottie and the new Habicht 10x40 GWA's when a Hare, totally oblivious to us approximately 250m away, came running towards us. Bino's down, camera up and he continued until he finally saw us, came to a sudden halt and turned away at the same...
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    The owl is superb! How blessed to see such a stunning bird. Woodpeckers are so fast and nervous, we have one visit our house for sunflower seeds but flies off into our wood when he senses movement. Luckily its just 50m away.
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    It's harvest time as the farmers cut and turn the grass ready to be chopped for sillage. This attracts the Buzzards and Red Kites searching for any lost and confused mice and other little creatures. This gorgeous Buzzard was resting in between snacks. Watched through the superb Meopta B1...
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    Down at the river this morning watching 6 Grey Herons on the river bank who were fascinated by the sheep in the field when one decided to take off, circle over us and land for a closer look at their wooly bretheren. Watched on the river bank from 300m using a Meopta 15x56mm and photo's taken...
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    90 minutes in the Valleys and not a drop of rain? And sun?:D Fantastic, and what a pleasure to see so many beautiful raptors and the lovely yet elusive woodpecker. Perfik.
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    We have watched these 5 Gygnets since June when they were tiny and closely guarded by Mum and Dad. We have watched them grow, seen them being taught to take off and land and today, through my new Meopta 15x56's, had the privilege of seeing them fly solo whilst Mum and Dad watched from further...
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    Diolch! About 30m away from my house, the fields below had just been harvested and about 8 Kites came in for the kill! Fujifilm X-H2S at 30fps with a FujiFilm XF100-400mm lens at 200mm. This one was about level with me and again same camera/lens combo. Never tire of them, magnificent birds.
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    They are masters of ‘eating on the fly’ Taken during harvesting time from my patio….a wonderful Red Kite and a field mouse
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    That is a disgraceful list of deception tactics for which I hope you are thoroughly ashamed. I have done all of them but find that a visit to the hairdressers is very close to having a local friend with a similar problem and synchronising deliveries to each others house. It is very sad but as...
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    What did you see in your binoculars today?

    Anthony, my ParcelForce delivery driver bringing my new Curio's up the path. (It is sad when you have to set up an observation post to relieve the courier of your parcel before your beloved gets up, but as I want to retain most of my dangly bits, being sad is a price worth paying.) Fantastic...
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