Re: Spotlighting

To: "Ian Clayton" <>, "birding aus" <>
Subject: Re: Spotlighting
From: "Lawrie Conole" <>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2001 22:50:29 +1100
> PS.  I do have a 100 watt spotlight that I use when not in National Parks,
> this is turned of once  a bird/mammal is located, we then use the 30 watt
> spotlight to view the bird/mammal.

I've always found a 30 Watt spotlight to be more than adequate for ALL
forest/woodland spotlighting.  A 100 Watt light can be handy in open country
to find things a long way off, then switch to the 30W as Ian described.

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