Birdfair Associate Sponsors

Swarovski Optik is the Austrian manufacturer of high quality binoculars, telescopes and photo accessories.

Nikon is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of photographic and optical equipment. The superb handling, sturdy construction and stylish design of Nikon Sport Optics are a refleciton of the company’s uncompromising commitment to quality.

Leica offers an extensive range of premium, high-performance optical and photographic equipment for bird and nature enthusiasts, including spotting scopes, digiscoping equipment, monoculars, full-size and compact binoculars, digital cameras, lenses and accessories.

Celebrating its 60th year in the design and manufacture of high quality, Japanese engineered spotting scopes, Kowa Sporting Optics are delighted to once again exhibit at this years’ Birdfair.

The world renowned manufacturer of high quality, high performance optics, Carl Zeiss is the leading innovator in the optical industry.

Naturetrek is Britain’s largest specialist wildlife tour operator, offering a wide selection of expert-escorted birdwatching, botanical and natural history holidays worldwide.

Bushnell, the world’s largest optics company, is proud to be a sponsor of the world’s largest birdwatching fair.

Panasonic operates in more than 35 countries across Europe and the CIS region and is headquartered in Bracknell, UK with marketing, sales and other operations located in Wiesbaden, Germany.

Anglian Water provides water and environmental services to customers in the UK.

Park Cameras, the leading photo retailer, offer unbeatable service and prices across digital cameras and DSLRs.

Birdwatch is the UK’s number one monthly magazine for expert birders. Each issue includes ID Guides, rarity reports, birding around the world, and the latest news, gear and more.

The Taiwan government has established 9 national parks and 13 national scenic areas to preserve Taiwan’s best natural ecological environment and cultural sites. There are various ways to discover the beauty of Taiwan.

Six times the size of Britain, Australia’s Northern Territory is the home of the real outback. The Northern Territory occupies about one sixth of Australia’s total land mass, with a population of about 200,000, and is known around the world for its iconic natural treasures.

BBC Wildlife Magazine has the best and most informative writing of any consumer magazine in its field, all illustrated with world-class wildlife photography.