|Birds Up Close!|
Our Eagle Eye Birdhouse Camera will open up undiscovered worlds of bird and wildlife behavior. You may well see things no one has seen before. But, never forget, the animals you are watching are not there for your entertainment. They are busy trying to survive in an unforgiving world. They have a tough enough time feeding themselves, finding shelter, and raising their young without having to also deal with our interference. If you see birds fighting over a nest, Wood ducks fighting over a clutch of eggs, or even a chick not getting enough food, do not interfere! That’s Nature. That’s life. Turn off the TV if you don’t want to watch. But, please be a responsible wildlife steward and do not interfere. It was only a matter of time before Reality TV made it to the backyard! Why be content with only watching what goes on outside of your birdhouse? Now, there is an easy, affordable way of watching and listening to what goes on inside as well. Mount our Eagle Eye video camera inside your birdhouse – or buy one of our birdhouses with the Hawk Eye already mounted inside (see below) – connect the nature cam to your television or computer and see what that owl or swallow or chickadee or bluebird does during those long weeks as she sits on her eggs. Listen too. The Eagle Eye’s sensitive microphone brings all the sounds of nature right into your television. Our Eagle Eye Nature Cam lets you keep tabs on the goings-on not only inside your bird and squirrel boxes, but outside as well. The Hawk Eye’s weather-guard hood allows it to be mounted anywhere outside so where you use it is only limited by your imagination. Our customers are using these cameras to watch everything from birds around birdhouses and bird feeders, to bats and bees, to horses, pets, parrots, and even rattlesnakes. All in bright, living color. It’s as easy as 1-2-3 Mount your birdhouse or Hawk Eye wherever you want to watch. Run the 100-foot plug-n-play cable inside the house. Plug into the RCA (audio- and video-in) ports, then sit back and be amazed. The Hawk Eye is great not only for around the home, but schools, offices, and retirement centers as well. Here's a tip: We recommend purchasing a 13" TV/VCR combo, and connect the Hawk Eye Nature Video Camera to it. Then you can record the action with a push of the record button. Leave the TV on throughout the year to bring everything from bird songs and other wildlife chatter, to the sounds of wind and rain, into the house! Features: The Hawk Eye is a color cam, with infrared night vision, built in microphone, and a weather shield so it can be used inside and out. Comes fully wired with 100' RCA (audio-, video-in) cable. Although the image is color, be aware that colors inside a birdhouse will be muted.