Birds are fascinating creatures and they have succeeded in capturing the attention of many millions of people around the world. We like to watch them and see how they live, take pictures of them and admire their flying skills. There is a lot we have learned about the different birds, but we still hardly ever get to see them hatching and raising their chicks. Being able to watch a bird build a nest and make it home and then to watch them hatching and raising their chicks is a real treat. This has to be one of the most fascinating times in a birds life. Not only is it difficult to see where the birds nest is, but if you do find it, it is often impossible to see what is going on in the nest. We know we can’t get too close without disturbing the birds, so what is the next best option?
A bird house with a spy camera!
The Northwoods Cedar Bird House is a bird house suitable for small birds that like to nest in cavities such as bluebirds, wrens and chickadees. It has a hinged side door for easy cleaning. There is a Hawk Eye Nature Cam installed inside and it includes infrared night vision so that you can see what is happening in the nest during the day and the night. The camera also has a build in microphone. It can also be connected to a VCR for recording. Now you can watch the birds yourself and learn more about how long their eggs take to hatch and what they feed the chicks. Watching the chicks hatch is an exciting time and you can even invite friends and neighbours to come and watch with you. If you connect it to a VCR you can record the special event to be able to share it with others. At the time of writing this bird house with camera was selling between $99.60 and $119.90. Do you want to buy it now? Do you have a bird house with a camera? Is it this one, or a different one? I would love to hear what you were able to see and what you learned about your visitors. Please let us know by leaving a comment below.