Category Archives: Digiscoping

Introducing the NEW Kowa iPhone digiscoping adapter

If you have an iPhone 4 or 4s, the camera in your pocket just got a lot more awesome. Here’s my iPhone 4s mounted on a Swarovski HD spotting scope using the new Kowa TSN-IP4S adapter (yes, it works on … Continue reading

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New arrivals overnight

Although northerly winds clearly dominated at higher altitudes, light southerly winds at the surface allowed for moderate to heavy migration over the region last night. Here’s the radar from sunset last night through 5:30am this morning. Frames are every 1/2 … Continue reading

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Some video from last night/ this morning

Here are some video clips that I took tonight, of birds flying across the moon during migration. The birds are small, and they move quick, so it’s best if you click on the movie to open YouTube in a separate … Continue reading

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Whatchalookinat!?

mouthful-o-berries Originally uploaded by Jeff’s Digiscoped Wildlife pics. And now for something completely insane… My buddy Jeff Bouton just lead an 8-day digiscoping trip to Panama. His photos are not only gorgeous, but they’re a reminder that we should be … Continue reading

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