April 28, 2009

The BirdCam, a must for bird watchers

I love my backyard birds and we have been feeding them diligently throughout the cold season. Some time ago, I became aware of a wonderful gadget called a BirdCam made by Wingscapes. It is a motion-activated, digital wildlife camera that you set up and leave outdoors. It takes stunning, high-resolution photos and video clips for you to enjoy and share. I wanted to show you some amazing photographs of birds we captured this past winter. I think you'll agree how well this BirdCam works. The camera is still outdoors, clicking away, so I hope to have new pictures to show you soon.

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The Northern Flicker - Although seen at the feeder, the Northern Flicker prefers to find food on the ground. It has a preference for ants and will dig in the dirt to find them.

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