article on conservation value of heat scopes

In this forum we have talked about thermal imaging monoculars, aka cheat scopes.

As tools for doing wildlife surveys, they are discussed in a UK magazine called Conservation Land Management.

A summary is on the NHBS website, at this link.

I still am happy to have one myself, though there is zero chance I would ever tell my wife what it cost.

Charles Hood

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  • Richard Webb

    I don’t know what the general supply is like now but earlier this year Pulsar thermal imagers were like gold dust in the UK. Anyone in the UK still trying to source one might be interested to know that Cley Spy in Norfolk 01263 740088 now have both the XM30S and the even more affordable, at least as far as thermal imagers go, XM30 Key in stock at the moment.

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