How high do you need the binos to be held? Standing use or sitting? Standing use means a tall, sturdy tripod, particular with a 14# bino. Being at a low 10x magnification is a help.
One of the several Manfrotto geared column studio tripod models could work well for you. A geared column is a big help for making the necessary and frequent height adjustments needed for viewing with binos.
Some tripods to consider:
You'll need a counterbalanced video head or a fork mount on top of the tripod for the alt/az motions you'll need. Fork mounts are heavier than video heads so you have to take that into account for your total load weight the tripod supports. You need to be conservative in the weight rating of the tripod, a 10x bino amplifies any shakiness 10x, too.
As you see, mounting a binocular can add to the cost of a binocular considerably. There are some good deals on used equipment if you're patient and know just what you want.