Date: 5/1/18 10:09 am
From: Robert Mulvihill <robert.mulvihill...>
Subject: Fwd: [PABIRDS] Binocular recommendation
For those who may be interested in responses to Sherri Labar's email
regarding economical "starter" binoculars, here are the recommendations of
Audubon and Cornell:

*http://www.audubon.org/news/category-get-game
<http://www.audubon.org/news/category-get-game>*

https://www.allaboutbirds.org/best-binoculars-the-cornell-
lab-review-2013/#_ga=2.185682153.1785797427.1525194321-1815368394.1525194321

Best,
Bob Mulvihill





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Ornithologist
National Aviary
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On Tue, May 1, 2018 at 12:31 PM, Sherri LaBar <sherri.labar...>
wrote:

> My sister is finally wanting to spring for her own pair of binoculars,
> but only wants to spend $100. She knows she can't get much for that,
> but that's the budget. Can someone recommend anything that won't be
> too disappointing? She can identify a few birds and isn't interested
> in becoming a better birder, just using for curiosity, and probably to
> try to describe things to me so I can identify them!
>
> I haven't bought bins in many years and am out of the loop. Reply
> offline if you have suggestions, and thanks!
>
> sherri
> North Bangor, PA
> <sherri.labar...>
>
 
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