Monday, April 29, 2013

Spring clean optics bargains at Cley Marshes

Our satellite shop in the old visitor's centre at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Cley Marshes reserve has become our clearance outlet, with all of our ends of lines and one off deals. The spring cleaning has turned up some real goodies, like the last pair of the Zeiss Conquest 10x40s now with £142 off the
RRP. Or the light-weight and optically stunning Eschenbach Regatta 8x42 now down £50 to £399. Come and have a look at all this and many more deals on binoculars and scopes from £20 upwards.

This shop is in the perfect location to test out the kit, with the impressive views over one of the most famous nature reserves in the UK. When the Norfolk Wildlife Trust opened their new visitor centre at Cley in 2007, the opportunity came up for us to have a small shop in the old thatched Dick Bagnell-Oakley visitor centre just next door to the new one. From here you get an elevated view over the reed beds, scrapes and pools out to the shingle bank and the sea around a kilometre away. As well as the impressive list of regular species found at Cley we have had a few notable rarities and scarcities seen from the shop including collared pratincole, western sandpiper, red-backed shrike, water pipit, black redstart and Wilson's phalarope amongst the highlights. Cley's coastal freshwater marsh (the product of medieval land drainage) is an unusual habitat nationally and this coupled with its location on the North Sea, makes it an attractive area for regular and vagrant species.

The stock at our Cley shop will be constantly changing as lines sell through so keep and eye on the shop and the clearance page on our website for the latest bargains and special offers.

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