Using a decent pair of binoculars is essential to deer management. The proper use of binoculars allows you to assess the quarry and choose suitable beasts for culling. But there is more to using binoculars effectively than buying the first pair you try, and scanning your hunting ground with the glasses glued to your eye.
So, how many features did we cover? Magnification, objective lens diameter, weight, eye relief, close focus, field of view, waterproof and fog-proof. If you compare the specs of several binoculars you’ll see that many of these parameters vary between brands and sizes of binoculars. How are you supposed to pick one?
Either way, it is very important to take good care of your binoculars. You must be careful not to leave it in the sun. Even if it is in its case it is still bout to get damaged in heat. Keep the lenses and caps on when not in use to protect it from moisture, dust and dirt. And don’t forget to protect it from vibration – so don’t throw it around.
The Steiner Predator binoculars available are reasonably priced. For the Predator Xtreme models, prices range from $179.99 to $499.99. For the two Predator Pro models, prices are $279.99 and $349.99. For the level of quality and the advanced technology, these are priced just right.
A few springs ago we went on a Coastal Bend birdwatching boat tour and every person was outfitted with a pair of best ar 15 scope. The tour director explained that people with glasses could fold the eyepieces toward the binoculars to use the binoculars.
Somehow I will be able to get over the pressure and live with the green binoculars. The nice thing is that they are waterproof. Sometimes I just can’t resist taking them out in the wet snow or rainy weather. And almost always they get wet or dropped in the snow or water. Not that I am really clumsy but I just seem to mislay things a lot. Anyway accidents happen.
For many birders, bird watching becomes a passion. They take their life lists seriously and try to add to it constantly. It makes sense to buy a best birding binoculars you can afford or you’ll only be disappointed later. In fact, you’ll probably end up buying another pair and spending even more money in the long run.