Birda in the Press

The Strategist includes our Top Pick in Binoculars for Children

Looking for the perfect gift for a bird lover in your life? The New York Magazine’s Strategist has got you covered. They’ve rounded up the best bird-related gifts, including bird feeders, bird books, and even a bird-watching tour in Central Park.

We are very pleased to have been featured in their article, “35 Best Gifts for Bird Lovers” as The Strategist curate and recommend products based on interviews with professionals, reviews and research, providing their 3 million readers with the best product suggestions.

The Strategist’s article is a great guide, featuring the best gifts for bird lovers, and it includes a mention of the awesome Birda app. It highlights a variety of gift ideas that would make any bird enthusiast chirp with joy. From binoculars and bird feeders to bird identification books and cozy bird-themed apparel, the article has got you covered. And let’s not forget the Birda app, which takes bird watching to the next level. It allows users to identify bird species, track sightings, and even connect with fellow bird enthusiasts. So, whether you’re looking for a gift or want to enhance your own birding experience, this article has all the feathered inspiration you need. Get ready to spread your wings and explore the fascinating world of birds!

The article suggests best gifts for bird lovers and includes a recommendation for a pair of compact binoculars that Birda loves! John and Natalie describe the Opticron Savanna R PC 8×33 binoculars as perfect for entry-level birders, especially children, because they are lightweight and adaptable to small and large faces. Take a peek at some more of our recommendations for Opticron Binoculars and Scopes here.

If you’re after even more amazing gifts for your loved one, check out our article “Great Gifts for Birdwatchers“.

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