HECS® Birdwatching Clothing

Birdwatching enthusiasts understand how the proper gear makes their hobby more enjoyable. As fun and satisfying as this outdoor hobby is, many understand how difficult it can be sometimes. Getting up close to birds is an extremely difficult task. They are acutely aware of their surroundings. Even when you take the proper measures, they’ll fly away before you can get a good look at them.

This is where HECS® Wildlife clothing can help. Our bird watching clothing is designed to give you an edge. We have revolutionized the outdoor recreation clothing industry. With the help of HECS®, birdwatchers will experience the outdoors like never before.

Get Closer to Birds

HECS® Wildlife clothing is the perfect companion for avid birdwatchers. When your heart is beating and your muscles are contracting, you need HECS® birdwatching apparel to block your body’s electrical waves. When you move your muscles, they produce electrical waves that birds are capable of picking up on and this energy prevents you from getting closer to them. HECS® is the only technology out on the market that blocks your electrical energy and prevents birds from detecting you.
Our birdwatching suit uses patented technology that features a carbon grid exclusively made to block your electrical energy radiation. This carbon grid is woven directly into all HECS® fabrics and is lightweight, breathable and durable. We offer the most effective camo for birdwatching, and now you can experience your hobby like never before.

How HECS® Helps Birdwatchers

Just by simply moving your muscles, you’re putting out EMR, and this can be sensed by other animals, especially birds. This is a major reason why it’s so challenging to get close to birds. Why are birds so sensitive to electrical energy? Birds have a protein in their eye called Cry4, which helps them see the electromagnetic fields of the Earth. It’s useful for navigation. When your body is putting out EMR, they will have a keen sense of your presence. 
How does HECS® birdwatching clothing help you get closer to birds? Our apparel features a highly conductive interlocking carbon fiber grid that’s woven into our fabrics. What this does is create a Faraday cage that prevents your electrical energy from escaping.  
Our birdwatching apparel gives you the ability to connect with nature like never before, because we specialize in designing outerwear that blocks electromagnetic radiation (EMR). Our carbon fiber grid technology helps avid birdwatchers conceal their EMR in order to get closer to the birds they’re observing. You can observe them in their natural habitat without interrupting their natural state-of-being or scaring them away. When you wear HECS® birdwatching clothing, its technology allows you to minimize any strain you may put on animals and the impact it can have on their habitat.

Get Your Birdwatching Suit Today

HECS® Wildlife clothing is revolutionary and elevates the experience that birdwatchers can have in the great outdoors. Our wildlife gear doesn’t make you undetectable. Your scent, the noise you make and your movements will still be detected by birds. However, our birdwatching clothing blocks your EMR output, so you’ll be more like an inanimate object.

There is a significant advantage to using our birdwatching suit, because the birds you’re tracking down will behave in a more natural and less stressed way. You’ll get to see nature in a whole new light!

The principle of EMR shielding as it applies to humans and animals is groundbreaking. Given the extraordinary adventures that birdwatchers like you have already experienced, we know using HECS® Wildlife clothing will change the way you see birds and the way they behave before you!

Check out HECS® Wildlife Clothing and get your birdwatching suit today!

Get Your HECS® Clothing Today

Start your adventure today with new HECS® outdoor gear to help you observe wildlife better. 

It’s More than Cutting-Edge Technology, It’s HECS®

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