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Watch Birds with New Birdcam

by Charlie Nardozzi


Gardeners love to feed and watch birds. However, birds are often at the feeder or in nesting boxes when you’re at work, early in the morning, or late in the day. It’s hard to catch all the activities of our feathered friends without adjusting your own schedule.

Now, bird viewing just got a little easier with the new Wingscape Birdcam. This birdcam features motion sensors that activate when birds are at the feeder or nesting boxes. The birdcam can be set to take digital photos or video. The images can be viewed on your television or downloaded onto your computer for sharing with friends and family. The birdcam is weather-proof, only 9 inches tall and 5 inches wide, and can be operated manually by remote control. It’s easy to use and unobtrusive.

For more information on the windscape birdcam, go to: Wingscapes .

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