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Choosing the right binoculars for birding

Especially if you're birding or wildlife viewing on your travels, good binoculars are essential. But choosing the best ones for your needs and within your budget can be a confusing task. Here's a…Continue

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Comment by Darryl Musick on August 2, 2010 at 10:40am
Beach Week starts today at The World on Wheels. First up; sea lions, otters, birds, music, sunsets, and water. It's a brand new report on California's Central Coast with new pictures and video:

Comment by West Africa Discovery on June 22, 2010 at 5:47am
We have been inspired by West Africa's beauty to organise a photography competition so that you can send us your best snaps of one of the World's most beautiful geographical regions.

We will accept only one photo per person, so choose wisely. The winning photo will be chosen by a professional photographer specialised in Africa! The winner will receive a copy of Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars latest album, "Rise & Shine".

Please post all photos on the West Africa Discovery Facebook page to enter the competition.
Comment by Darryl Musick on June 13, 2010 at 9:02pm

Hi everybody, I've got a query for you birders. This bird (see attached photos) has my wife and I stumped. From the rear, it looks like a California Towhee. From the front, a female house finch. It's about 3/2 the size of an adult towhee and acts like one. I'm guessing a juvenile towhee. Anybody see anything different?

Comment by Darryl Musick on April 4, 2010 at 10:15pm
An earthshaking birds and blooms report, with pictures. Also, see our discovery of Mr. Lincoln's illegitimate child!
Comment by Darryl Musick on March 28, 2010 at 8:11pm
A very beautiful and relaxing day on the patio today. Not a ton of birds, but lots of blooms. See the pictures at our blog:
Comment by Darryl Musick on March 21, 2010 at 11:23am
Drinking and birdwatching, it's The Cocktail Hour on The World on Wheels. Pour yourself a nice, reasonably priced red and head out to the patio to count birds.

A bird report will be posted later today.
Comment by Darryl Musick on March 7, 2010 at 10:09pm
Birdwatching in the San Gabriel Mountain foothills in Southern California today. 34 species, our new one-day record. Full list at
Comment by Ed Wetschler on March 5, 2010 at 1:14pm
Just watched the video, Terry, and that is indeed a strange-tailed bird. Earlier this morning I got a good, long look at the red-tailed hawk that lives in Washington Square Park. Don't know if it's eating pigeons or rodents, but eat hearty, my friend.
Comment by Terence Baker on January 23, 2010 at 4:59pm

Recently past the 1,000 birds worldwide list! Peanuts compared to some, but the goal is to enjoy the common birds as well as the rare ones. Great horned owl in Central Park, New York, recently, but my favourite so far anywhere has to be a Strange-tailed tyrant in the middle of nowhere in the Esteros de Iberá in Corrientes Province. Here is a video of this unique thing. It floats almost.
Comment by Adina Nutu - Explore Romania on December 20, 2009 at 10:23am
Bird watching in the Danube Delta - the 2nd biggest delta in Europe after the Delta of Volga - with specialized guides. Contact us for more information!



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