What is the easiest way to transport your tripod on a plane? Find out whether it'll be better in the hold or in hand luggage here >>>
We talk about why tripods are an important part of your bird watching equipment, and which ones are best for different situations.
As well as our reviews and buying guides, we have informational articles. These include: which features are most important to a tripod, how best to set up a tripod, how to transport them easily, and lots more.
In search of a sturdy and stable heavy duty tripod? These reviews sum up the best features of full size tripods >>>
Just not able to get enough height on your tripod? These extra high tripods suit straight spotting scopes as well as taller birders >>>
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 >>>
Is it worth carrying a tripod along with your birding binoculars? We explain when and why mounting binoculars on a tripod is a good idea >>>
Even heavy duty tripods can benefit from extra stability. Using these tricks will help your tripod remain rock solid even in windy conditions
If you've decided to use support for your binoculars but can't decide on a monopod or tripod, take a look at the pros and cons of each here >
Using a monopod for a spotting scope is a compromise between stability and mobility. Here we'll help you weigh up which is most important.
Preparing to pay out precious bucks for a carbon fiber tripod? We'll help you to make the right choice for this exciting long-term investment
Already got Benro tripod legs and looking to upgrade the tripod head too? For a great range from a reputable brand, read this round-up.
This shortlist of Gitzo's top tripod heads aims to help birders looking to choose a stable and smooth-moving support for a spotting scope.