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The Eastern Bluebirds started building a nest in the nestbox on 3/17. I have one of the Hawk Eye cameras mounted in the box this year and grabbed a few snapshots today while watching the female building the nest. I hope to be able to post film clips of the babies this year. Thanks for visiting. Susan and Jim
For the past two days I have been seeing a male Eastern Bluebird fighting its image in the feedercam. A second one is sometimes sitting on the handrail watching the show. I am still working on the nestbox camera around the corner of the house from the action. Thanks, Susan and Jim.Filed under Updates | Comment (0)
I received a Hawkeye Nestbox Cam for Christmas and plan to add images from it to wingbarscafe in the future. Testing it out around the house right now. Once I finish playing, it will get mounted in the Bluebird nestbox in hopes of them returning this Spring. The Bluebirds appear to have been spooked off by the Crows that started coming to the feeder cam. If need be, I will remove that feeder from the deck and relocate the feeder cam. Thanks for visiting. Susan and Jim.Filed under Updates | Comment (0)
It has been a busy weekend. We ran out of birdseed on Friday and will not be able to pick up more until Sunday sometime. Hoping all the wonderful Rose-breasted Grosbeaks are not going to fly off the better refueling grounds in the meantime. Thanks for watching, Susan and Jim.Filed under Updates | Comment (0)
There has been a great deal of feedercam downtime due to some issues with the program I was using. It worked wonderfully in the past and I will keep trying it as updates are released. For now, I have switched to another program. This change means that the motion triggered images will not be functional for now. I will keep looking for another solution. Thanks, Susan and JimFiled under Updates | Comment (0)
Still having decent activity at the hummingbird feeders. The owners change fairly often as they move on along their migration.
Rose-breasted Grosbeaks made their first appearance at the sunflower feeders yesterday. This morning, I woke up to find both males and females at the deck feeder (feedercam). These are one of my favorites of the spring and fall migrations.Pictures, Updates | Comment (0)