Observing nature and birds with the naked eye is already a truly fascinating experience, it transforms into an entirely new experience when viewed through a spotting scope.
Traditionally, binoculars are what you’ll reach for when it comes to birding, but spotting scopes have become more popular within the birding community. Binoculars work perfectly for certain situations, yet when it comes to making a critical identification you need a bit more detail to work with. Ocean horizons, wide bays, open water and orbital raptors can challenge binoculars. The first time seeing a bird through a spotting scope will be an eye-opener (excuse the pun). Extreme close-ups, incredible optical quality and support to experience the moment rather than just seeing it.