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Record birds at your feeders

Posted by David Baxter 08/01/2016 0 Comment(s)

Bird feeding station camera.

 

It is lovely to see your garden birds eating from the feeders put out for them, spending a little time each day just taking a look at the antics and species going on right there in your own garden can be a most rewarding pastime. But to be able to view a favorite moment is even more precious.

 

With a BirdCam you can mount the camera on a tree trunk or actually on the feeder pole and get great photos and videos of you favorite wild birds eating their food. Chaffinch, Bullfinch, Blue Tit, Great tit, Woodpecker, Starling and many more wild birds will come to your feeding station each day and if you are out and about on other business, just plug in the camera to your computer and take a look at what you have captured. With the BirdCam Pro and 8 megapixels you will have crystal clear pictures and videos of your birds and the latest technology omits any nuisance activation, (like the feeders blowing in the wind).

 

BirdCam Pro can take time lapse videos of your projects or flowers in the garden, it can watch wildlife during the day or night and you get to see what comes and goes through your garden each n. It is completely weather proof and can be left alone on battery power for over six weeks at a time, or if you are in a remote location you can plug into the solar power panel and generate you own power permanently.

 

Watch your wildlife and wild garden birds every day and get used to their behavior and frequency of visits to your garden with a wildlife camera to suit your budget.

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