Date: 11/8/17 12:01 pm From: Dan Cunkelman <dancunkelman...> Subject: Re: hearing aids for birders
I need a hearing aid that hears the bird song then whispers the name of the bird in my ear. Wait - I already have one - my wife, Marcy!
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> On Nov 8, 2017, at 2:18 PM, Ryan Tomazin <wvwarblers...> wrote:
> Lang Elliott (Stokes Guides, etc.) developed a special hearing device for lowering the frequencies to a better level for those with high-frequency hearing loss. I know he and a few other birders I know are using this, to great results. If anyone is interested, contact me off-list, and I'll put you in touch with him (if you don't already have good contact info).
> Ryan Tomazin - Bridgeville, PA
> From: Bird discussion list for Pennsylvania <PABIRDS...> on behalf of Rob Blye <rwblye...>
> Sent: Wednesday, November 8, 2017 1:45 PM
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> Subject: Re: [PABIRDS] hearing aids for birders
> Barb Haas is the audiologist in Narvon PA. Her husband is Frank, one of the
> founders and long time treasurer of PSO and the journal PA Birds.
> Robert W. Blye
> 34603 Doe Run
> Lewes DE 19958-3332
> 302 945-8618
> 610 213-2413 mobile
>> On Wed, Nov 8, 2017 at 1:36 PM, Michael M <mimorell47...> wrote:
>> Several years ago at a local club monthly presentation, a married couple
>> gave a presentation, and the woman mentioned that she was, I believe, an
>> audiologist, and that she was available to do screenings and provide
>> hearing aids specifically for birders. It's possible she might have been in
>> Lancaster County. The presentation was in Delaware County, I believe.
>> I'm now in need of hearing aids, and am hoping to find something that will
>> be good for birding.
>> Does anyone have any familiarity or information on who this might have
>> been? Or information on hearing aids designed for birders? Thanks!
>> Delaware County