Iolo Williams, Jack Waldie, Theo de Clermont and Ewan Miles, of Nature Scotland, recently took a group of ten guests in search of the Island of Mull’s wildlife. The guides were equipped with two Leica APO-TELEVID spotting scopes, a pair of Leica Noctivid 8×42 and Leica Trinovid 10x 42 binoculars. […]Read More
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In this guest blog Theo De Clermont and Ewan Miles, of Nature Scotland, give a trip report of their recent pre season / tour reconnaissance to the Hebridean Isle of Islay. Equipped with a Leica APO-TELEVID 65 spotting scope and a pair of Leica Noctivid 8×42 binoculars, they cover some […]Read More
by Alan Davies and Ruth Miller “Wilderness or wildlands are natural environments on Earth that have not been significantly modified by human activity or any non-urbanized land not under extensive agricultural cultivation.” Well that is one description we found online but the word “wilderness” is often used and indeed misused. […]Read More
The journey on their sailboat “Maverick too” took Johannes and Cati Erdmann from Germany across the Atlantic to the Caribbean and then through the Bahamas to the north of the USA – always with the Leica Geovid on board. Two years grew into five years. Instead of returning to everyday […]Read More
TV presenter Iolo Williams has been a Leica brand ambassador since 2015. Here, the Welsh birder recounts a trip to northeast Scotland. The most difficult problem with an early spring guiding trip to Speyside is knowing exactly what to pack. Will it snow? Is it going to be wet? Do […]Read More
Naturalist, TV presenter, writer and wildlife guide Iolo Williams has spent a lot of time on islands this spring and summer. After spending a fabulous – if cold – three weeks on the Farne Islands off the east coast of northern England for BBC Springwatch, he headed further north in […]Read More