Our top tips include: how to set up your scope, how to aim and focus, how to avoid eye strain. There's more here >>>
Many nature lovers begin their bird-watching adventures with binoculars and decide to add a spotting scope to develop their skills and enjoyment.
A spotting scope is an invaluable tool for long-distance viewing. Most birders love the increased magnification for close-up images. If you are considering the upgrade to a spotting scope, our clear and straightforward guides can help.
Find out what to consider when choosing a spotting scope and how to pick the best one for you >>>
Wondering how to set up a tripod? The best position depends on factors such as whether you have a straight or angled scope. We explain why...
For a step-by-step guide to mounting a spotting scope to a tripod using either a standard or a quick release attachment, click here >>>
When birding we want the best view. So should you wear or remove glasses when using binoculars or a spotting scope? We weigh it up here >>>
Spectacles or sun glasses wearers need long eye relief when using binoculars or spotting scopes. Not sure what it is or why it counts? >>>
Not sure if binoculars or spotting scopes are best for your style of birding? We'll analyze the finer points of both to help you decide > > >