Date: 11/8/17 10:31 am
From: Fred Bartel <fbartel70...>
Subject: Re: Birding with eyeglasses
I have worn transition lenses for 30+ years, and they have never been an
issue while birding. Everything observed with them is effected equally so
contrasts in color appear natural.

On Nov 8, 2017 11:54 AM, "Dick Burkepile" <dicklburk...> wrote:

> Hello, Fellow birders,
>
> My wife just had an eye check and is going to have to buy new glasses..
> For the first time she will be birding while wearing glasses. I've
> suggested that she get glasses with Transitions (that darken in bright
> sunlight). She is concerned that the darkening will make it hard to
> identify the birds. I've never had a problem, but then I'm not nearly as
> good a birder as she. I usually can't ID the bird regardless of the light.
>
> Does anyone have experience birding with the Transition lenses that they
> would like to share?
>
> Thank you.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Dick Burkepile
> Oxford, Mississippi (grew up in Hoxie, Kansas)
>
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