https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutter/reviews/the-best-binoculars/
Just updated in late Nov. I didn’t disagree with anything said but I’m not 
familiar with all the models reviewed.
Written by a birder/ornithologist/real user.

ChrisP

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On 2021-12-15, at 23:13 , Kathleen P Kramer 
<k...@cornell.edu<mailto:k...@cornell.edu>> wrote:

Hello,

I hope this is an acceptable message for this ListServ. Can anyone suggest 
reasonably priced binoculars for a beginning birder? I’m taking a chance that 
the recipient will even pursue birding and I also know that “bad” binoculars 
can discourage a beginner. So I’d really appreciate a couple of suggestions!

Many thanks,
Kathleen Kramer




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