You know as well as I do that the most expensive piece of equipment a birdwatcher is likely to purchase will be binoculars. Since good birding binoculars can cost anywhere from $100 -1500+ in US dollars, it makes good sense to know a little about what you are looking for before you buy.
This is one of the topics in my K.I.S.S. Method of Better Birding ECourse which you can sign up for at this site. And I discuss it in more detail as part of those online lessons. The course is free online, though it can cost at least $67 to be presented at a local workshop. So if you want to learn some of the prime tips for better birding experiences, you just might want to sign up for this course. (hint)
Participants in this ECourse will receive a free report on Birding Binoculars – My Guide to Selecting Bird Binoculars as part of the course. But I know many people do not have time to spend with going through an ECourse on birding when ALL they want to know is HOW do I Choose My Binoculars? What do I look for?
That is why I am sharing this brief introduction on Choosing Bird Binoculars with this video from the ExpertVillage at Massachusetts Audubon Society. Not only is it short, about 3 minutes but it is authoritative, coming from some of the finest birding experts in the world at Mass Audubon. Take a few minutes to review the video and then you just might want to take my Birding ECourse! (hint)