What does the Apollo 11 moon landing have to do with migratory waterbirds in Africa? Well, the link can be found in the optical equipment that was used during the successful mission to the moon in 1969 and the high-precision optical equipment that will soon be used by a network […]Read More
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Back in March 2020, a few days before the first lockdown began, I bought two pieces of equipment so I could start recording nocturnal avian migration by sound, an excellent way I thought to just keep myself entertained when bored. Little did I know that these items, a small Tascam […]Read More
From November 2022 to April 2023 Birdingplaces and Leica organized a Rate-Add-And-Win contest among birdwatchers. Any birder who added a birdwatching area to Birdingplaces or rated an area with one to five stars had a chance to win a pair of Leica Ultravid binoculars, a pair of Leica Trinovid binoculars […]Read More
2021 in the zodiac calendar is the year of the ox – for me it was the year of the butterfly. A birder by trade, previous butterfly seasons failed to come to fruition owing to the complex requirements of these dainty creatures and the skill needed to discern similar species […]Read More
The new Trinovid binoculars from Leica pay tribute to the iconic glass of the 1960s: Shapely, slim and elegant in a classic binocular design featuring black leather, they are a statement and a timeless accessory. The Trinovid HD family of binoculars first went into series production in 1958. The name […]Read More
Why a pair of Leica binoculars is the most important companion on every safari – Madeleine Jansen tells us her story. It’s five o’clock in the morning. Our zebra-striped Jeep has been bouncing along the bumpy roads by the Ngorongoro Crater for the past half-hour. I envy Gert, on the […]Read More