Community

Ambassadors answer: Lasse Olsson

Lasse Olsson is a Swedish birdwatcher and nature photographer. We visited him at the Swedish west coast and there he was one of the first to test our new ZEISS SFL binoculars. What does ZEISS mean to you? ZEISS means first class products you can always rely on. The performance and quality are outstanding and

Experience,Community
2 min

Turning a Hobby into a Passion: Join ZEISS Ambassador Toby Carter on his local Birding patch at Frampton Marsh, UK

ZEISS Ambassador Toby Carter takes us out birding to his local patch at Frampton Marsh explaining why birding is his passion.

4 min

Part 5: Bird races: Celebrating the variety of bird species

An article about the development of birdraces such as “Champions of the Flyway” at the international level and their importance for species conservation.

Experience,Community
3 min

Ambassadors answer: Mark James Pearson

Mark James Pearson is an Ornithologist, Wildlife Guide and Environmental Educator living at the North Yorkshire Coast in the UK. We asked him about optics, education and conservation.

Conservation,Community
2 min

Ambassadors answer: Noam Weiss

This short interview highlights the extraordinary conservation work of the International Birding and Research Center in Eilat (IBRCE).

Conservation,Community
3 min

Part 4: Birdwatching on various channels in a digitalized era

Birdwatching on various channels in a digitalized era of the 20th century with a variety of channels and and apps with global linkage.

Experience,Community
3 min

Ambassadors answer: Stephen Menzie

As part of our 175th anniversary we also interviewed some of our ambassadors. Stephen Menzie, Editor of British Birds and the Head of Falsterbo Bird Observatory in Sweden is one of them.

Experience,Community
2 min

Ambassadors answer: Debby Doodeman

As part of our 175th anniversary we also interviewed some of our ambassadors. Debby Doodeman from FOGOL in the Netherlands is one of them.

Experience,Community
2 min

Part 3: Media turns nature observation into a popular phenomenon

After the two world wars, nature observation became more medial and the progress in optical development is also clearly noticeable.

Experience,Community
3 min

Part 2: The professionalization of birdwatching and bird protection

About the useage of binoculars in the beginning of the 20th century and the development of nature conservation organizations in Germany, England and the USA.

Experience,Community
4 min