Bird Box Camera

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  1. scammellmanswife

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    IMG_20150515_120445860_HDR.jpg Really fancy fitting one if these in my garden. I have a best box on my kitchen wall overlooking the garden. It is used every year by either blue tits or great tits I think it would be an easy job to wire one up thro the wall and straight into a convenient socket. So........does anyone have any suggestions or recommendations please.
     
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    Thanks for the link wildman I will check them out.
     
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    But wait until they have flown if they are using it now - they may desert the nest if it is a fitted now. Fit the camera this autumn.
     
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    Oh yes .........this will be a project for next spring !
     
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    We bought one a few years ago from Aldi. The camera is fine but the box is showing signs of wear, then again so am I.
    We haven't had birds every year but when we have they've bought great pleasure.
    One shock we had was the night they flew the best last year. A mouse looked in to see what it could scavenge. No problem but on a large screen TV it was the size of a so@@ing badger.
    This year we had a pair look in and explore the space but weren't prepared to put in an offer. Maybe we should redecorate.
     

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