One of the criteria Lonely Birder are looking for in establishments is the presence of a birding logbook where visitors can record their sightings. This is something that is commonly seen in ornithological tourism establishments in other countries. As well as bird sightings, visitors can detail their observations with maps of where to find scarce species, and day or trip lists. This is a very simple but useful addition to any birding premises, and gives interesting information to anyone who opens it.
The majority of establishments we have visited up to now don’t leep a logbook, so we have decided, in conjunction with Libelus Estudio to offer a quality logbook. These books are cloth-bound, with hard covers where the establishment’s logo can be printed. The interior consists of 250 pages of recycled paper, a page-marking ribbon, a spine-binding that enables crease-free opening, a colour flyleaf and other harmonious details. The books are 100% hand-made.
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