The best binoculars for bird watching are the general-purpose, outdoor-wildlife binoculars known as safari binoculars. These binoculars are ideal for watching wildlife as well as for bird watching. More »

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The majority of bird watchers say that 8 x 42 binoculars are the best magnification and aperture combination for bird watching. The magnification is good enough to allow for hand shake, and the field of view is good enou... More »

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When choosing a good pair of binoculars, consider the lens size, lens diameter, magnification power, exit pupil and relative brightness. Also consider eye relief, field of view and weather-resistance features. Also, choo... More »

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The majority of bird watchers say that 8 x 42 binoculars are the best magnification and aperture combination for bird watching. The magnification is good enough to allow for hand shake, and the field of view is good enou... More »

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The only bird that can fly backward is the hummingbird. Hummingbirds have a special ball-in-joint shoulder socket that enables them to fly backwards, upside down and upright because it can be rotated 180 degrees. Humming... More »

To catch an escaped bird, act quickly to visually locate the bird. Next, place its cage near the area where it escaped, and place bird food or treats inside the cage. Then call the bird to see if it will come to you. More »

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Native to Africa, the ostrich is the biggest bird on the planet. Although it cannot fly, the ostrich is an excellent runner and can reach a top speed of 43 miles per hour. More »