Birder's Journal - 4.6in x 7in by Rite in the Rain
When you're on a meandering river with binoculars around your neck on the lookout for birds, the Rite in the Rain Birder's Journal allows you to jot down notes and make sketches of your findings. You can confidently write down crucial details of each bird you encounter thanks to the reference pages. A sketch or photo page allows you to look back and visually identify birds you've not seen before. And should you be leaning out of the canoe too far to catch a better glimpse of feather details and fall in, the moisture shield coated pages prevent you from losing all the data you've been meticulously recording.
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Rite in the Rain Birder's Journal - 4.6in x 7in
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