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SO I have put up bird boxes at all my houses and have had bird boxes at this house for 24 years and seen many chicks fly the coop. So this year I made a box and fitted a WiFi camera so l could see the chicks next year. I only just put up the box and a blue tit has moved in.
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SO I have put up bird boxes at all my houses and have had bird boxes at this house for 24 years and seen many chicks fly the coop. So this year I made a box and fitted a WiFi camera so l could see the chicks next year. I only just put up the box and a blue tit has moved in.
What camera are you using please?

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bilM
Jul 9, 2017
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I should also say that the WiFi camera can be a bit tricky to set up. I am using iCSee Pro app to view the camera it took me some time to find out it did not work on 5Ghz (it may do now) so I had a old wifi extender that worked on 2.4Ghz so I am using it and it picks up the camera from 50’ away. There is other apps out there however I just used the app that GreenFeathers is using. Also, at night the camera goes in to infrared so it is black and white when it’s dark. I will post a colour pic when I get one colour is very good.
 

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