January 6, 2014
Birdwatching Dot Com
A cedar waxwing with an orange tail tip.
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Here are our personal choices for the best binoculars, from the least expensive to the ultimate high end optics. Click to enlarge.
We can see birds with our ears. Through trees. Around corners. In the dark. Behind our heads.
Birding By Ear CD teaches how to know birds by their sounds. If you recognize the cedar waxwing's high, thin, lisp, you'll be alerted to the birds' presence even before you see them.
There's a version for Eastern North America and one for Western. We recommend them.