Working at the CLO

...is really great because there's a picture window looking out over the pond out back, and the lounge is full of donated optics.There's a pair of Leupold 10x50 binoculars on the table next to me, and just beyond that is a pair of Redfield 7X50s. Behind me is a Carl Zeiss 20-60x spotting scope on a rolling stand.

Of course, working at the CLO is also really hard to do because there are all these distractions flying by outside.

By the way, a reminder for anyone in the Ithaca area: I'll be giving a talk tonight as part of the CLO's Monday Night Seminar series (entitled "Crossing Lines: Birding and Geography in the 50 States") at 7:30 in the CLO auditorium. It's free and open to the public.

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