Lisa who goes by the name @ostdrossel on Instagram has always been fascinated by nature and different bird types. So she came up with a brilliant idea: she uses a bird feeder cam, which consists of a camera box, a macro lens, and an attachable bird feeding platform. The camera is tiny and equipped with a motion sensor so that when a bird comes to eat, it photographs birds a non-intrusive way. Scroll down to see the best pictures!
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These are great!
Does anyone know how to set this up? What kind of camera and such…? I would love to do this in my yard.
Wonderful. Thanks. Such great variety of photos ,animals and weather all from same spot.
Last guy looks like he’s hungover and pissed that you’re photographing him while he’s just trying to eat some breakfast ^-^ love the photos!
Care Bear: You can get trail cameras at a lot of places (Cabela’s, probably even Walmart) and online. They’re motion-activated, and you can set them up to take snaps at different intervals. I would imagine traffic from a bird feeder would fill up the SD card pretty quickly.
These are fantastic photo captures. Very impressive to say the least. I’d love to have a bird feeder, but we have a gazillion squirrels who would scarf up every bit of it. Maybe I’ll try and see what happens.