For birders and field journalists, writing in the rain has always been a challenge – until now. National Geographic carries an all All-Weather Birder’s Journal. It’s made of rain-resistant paper and comes in a convenient carrying case.
We tested it and found that when rain lands on the pages, it beads up. You can easily brush it off. But if you leave it there, the paper is thick enough to retain its original composition and will not turn into a wet paper rag.
The journal works best with a pencil, though a special pen is also available.
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