The UK is a great place to use bird watching binoculars. There are many different species for you to look at and these vary depending on where you are and what time of year it is. To find the best spots, you can get tips online.
Some of the most exciting places to use such binoculars are operated by the RSPB. Its nature reserves are second-to-none for spotting winged creatures.
This winter, you might want to consider heading to The Lodge in Bedfordshire. The reserve opened in 1961 and it contains five miles of trails. To get the best chance of seeing a range of birds, it is advisable to head to the hide.
Another fantastic spot for bird watching is Haweswater in Cumbria. If you want to see a golden eagle in action and cannot make it to Scotland, you can try this location as a male has been seen in the area displaying in the hope of attracting a mate.
And, north of the border near the Scottish town of Stirling there is Inversnaid. This is a great spot to see bullfinches and woodpeckers during the colder months.
These are just a few of the fantastic places where you can make optimum use of your bird watching binoculars. There are many more and to find one close to where you live, you can simply head to the RSPB website.
There is nothing better on a crisp winter day than exploring the fantastic British countryside with your binoculars. Here at Sherwoods, we stock an impressive selection of these items.