To observe hummingbirds in the wild, a great pair of binoculars is your best bet for sussing out a ruby throat over a black chin. So many of these little birds look the same from a distance, and sometimes even up close in the wrong lighting. If you’re out hiking or just watching your feeder at home, keeping a pair of binoculars or monoculars close by will help you get a better view of these fast-moving birds.
These lightweight, UltraHD binoculars are fogproof, waterproof, compact, and durable. They offer exceptional clarity for wide view and close up bird watching.
Inexpensive and a best-seller on Amazon, these binoculars have stunning HD clarity as close as 20 feet, with 7x magnification. They weigh only 21 ounces and come in their own case.
What could be better for traveling than tiny binoculars that fit in your hand and don’t take up much room in your suitcase? On top of that, they’re lightweight, foldable, and ideal for sightseeing as well as birdwatching.
A nice set of compact binoculars from Nikon that measure just 4.5″ wide and weigh under a pound. They come with lens caps and a leather carry case.
And if binoculars are not your style, try a monocular telescope that offers 10x magnification. This one is waterproof, anti-fogging, and great in low light.