I am not good at sitting in one place for an extended period of time glassing one small area. The more area I can see and the more confidence I have that I will see what I am looking for in the given area, the longer I can stay put. Even so, I still get anxious to cover ground with my boots to see what I can find. This past weekend (8/25), I glassed for about an hour after sunrise before taking off on a hike. That being said, if you have a decent location from which to glass, how long after sunrise do you typically stay? How do you adjust that time for the time of the year (earlier seasons vs later seasons)? Slowing down and being more patient are elements of my hunting style that I am working on improving, but I think I still have a ways to go.