Spotting Scopes

If you want to take a really close look at birds then you will need a spotting scope. Spotting scopes are more expensive than binoculars but for long distance bird watching they will make a real difference. You will be able to distinguish marks on birds that cannot be seen with binoculars and are essential for identifying similar looking birds from afar.

Bird On A Spotting Scope

You will also need a spotting scope if you want to take photographs of birds by digiscoping - a technique using a digital camera and a scope to take long range shots.

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