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A Beginner’s Guide to Recording Bird Vocalizations
June 16, 2017
— Capturing songs and calls can open a whole new level of birding—but equipment can be daunting. Here’s what you need to know to get started.
Want to Shoot Intimate Bird Portraits? Try a Portable Blind
March 24, 2017
— Disappear in plain sight with one of these four types of camouflaged hides.
What to Do with Your Old Binoculars
February 9, 2017
— Whether you want to donate or sell the gear you no longer use, here are some ways to declutter.
The Audubon Binocular Guide
January 27, 2017
— We tested and ranked 30 different pairs. See the results here.
The Best New Gear for Birding This Winter
December 16, 2016
— Our favorite picks to help keep you comfortable when the mercury drops.
5 Essentials for Birding in the Tropics
December 5, 2016
— When you want to add exotic birds to your life list, pack light.
The Best New Gear for Birding this Fall
November 28, 2016
— Birds are on the move. These products will help you keep up.
The Best New Gear for Birding This Summer
August 9, 2016
— What to pack, whether you're hiking through a boreal forest or photographing avian species from a boat.
The Family Camera Guide
May 12, 2016
— Looking to get your whole family into bird photography? These five cameras will grow with your kids.
Accessories for the Field
May 12, 2016
— Pack these items to ensure that you’re ready for whatever you encounter in the field.
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