When Eagle Eyes Aren’t Enough
ZEISS Binoculars ans Spotting Scopes for the NABU Federsee Nature Conservation Center – an active contribution to the protection of plants and animal species.
The art of enjoying birds without filter
An interview with the Spanish birdwatcher José Luis Copete: He gives us insights in his life as an ornithologist and how to enjoy nature observation the most.
Monitoring with the New DTI Thermal Imaging Camera
Equipped with the new, high-resolution ZEISS thermal imaging camera, the ornithologists will now be able to monitor the eagle-owls even more closely.
Perseverance Pays Off – Initial Successes in the Protection of the Corn Bunting
It has been four years that the team of University of Tübingen are analyzing the necessary measures to protect the Corn Bunting.
The breeding success of Fan-tailed Warbler in Alderney
Whilst some refer to one such species as fan-tailed Warbler, several authorities now list Cisticola juncidis as the Zitting Cisticola.
Amur Falcons – Living on the edge
ZEISS Ambassador Catherine Hamilton was priviliged to see the incredible migration of the Amur Falcons in Nagaland, India.
Water for Drinking and Warblers for Watching
In spring, the South Carolina swamp forests ring with the buzzy songs of Parula Warblers and the gobbles of Wild Turkeys. Swallow-tailed Kites and Wood Storks ride summer thermals.
Bird species, which breed on the ground, experience big challenges. How may we protect the Common Snipe, Montagu’s Harrier and other grassland birds from decline?
The Northern Bald Ibis
Thanks to intensive conservation measures of BirdLife International, the habitats of the Northern Bald Ibis in Morocco have made a recovery.
The Corn Bunting – The Secretive Neighbor Next Door
Successfully protecting birds in rural areas The Rhine Plain, near the German city of Mannheim, end of May, 8:30 a.m.