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Thread: Hawk Hunting

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    Goldsboro NC USA

    Hawk Hunting

    Caught these this morning in a friends yard. The one with the squirrel looks as if the hawk is about to have breakfast, but in fact he was just charged by the squirrel to get to the tree. Like a youngster learning who to pick on

    Both with 5D MKIII
    500mm 1/2000 sec ISO 1250
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Hawk Hunting-two-hawks-flying-1-1-.jpg   Hawk Hunting-hawk-squirrel-1-1-.jpg  
    Horace Best
    Goldsboro, NC

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2020

    Re: Hawk Hunting

    Hey folks! Could you please tell me which binocular is the best for hawks hunting? Thanks in advance!

  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2020

    Re: Hawk Hunting

    Hey! There are many factors to consider when choosing binoculars for hawk hunting, including magnification, objective lens diameter, weight, and image quality. the best binoculars for hawk hunting will depend on your personal preferences and needs. It's a good idea to try out several models before making a purchase, if possible, to ensure that you find the right one for you.
    Personally, I highly recommend that you try the Vanquish Vortex binocular. It's a great option for both the experienced hunter and the beginner. It has all the functionality you need to hunt successfully. Also, it is quite lightweight, which is very important if you like to hunt for a long time without rest.

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