Better Birdcam pictures

I’m starting to have some fun with my new Wingscapes BirdCam. I think we’ve got the arm in a fine place to capture some of the feeder regulars. I placed the cam on the ground yesterday and got over 1000 photos of squirrels. So six different bird species on the nut table today and no squirrels is a big improvement.

This Blue Jay is the best photo of the day.

Blue Jay captured by Wingscapes BirdCam

Mr. Jay seemed to enjoy the limelight as most of his shots were actually in the sun. Work it, Jay-Man!

Blue Jay captured by Wingscapes BirdCam

Blue Jay captured by Wingscapes BirdCam

The rest of today’s visitors (Red-bellied Woodpecker; Downy Woodpecker; Dark-eyed Junco (slate-colored); House Sparrow; Black-capped Chickadee) were a bit more shy, mostly electing to stand facing away from the camera, in the shadow of the pole or, more often, completely behind the pole.

Red-bellied Woodpecker captured by Wingscapes BirdCam

Downy Woodpecker captured by Wingscapes BirdCam

Slate-colored Junco captured by Wingscapes BirdCam

House Sparrow captured by Wingscapes BirdCam

Black-capped Chickadee captured by Wingscapes BirdCam

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2 Responses to Better Birdcam pictures

  1. Bones says:

    Wow, great photos. We have a few of these same visitors at our feeder. This seems like a perfect setup. Thx for sharing this.

  2. click says:

    Just wanted to say hi, thanks and bye

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