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Teach squirrels to leave your bird feeder alone with the Squirrel Boss zapper

on Tuesday, August 13th, 2013
Posted in: News, Outdoor Gear

We have 2 large bird feeders in my yard that we’ve neglected to fill this year because last summer critters other than the birds, were eating the expensive seed as fast as we could keep the feeders filled. We have a large population of squirrels (and raccoons) in my area who think the feeders have Read More…

Birders’ paradise – Remotely capture beautiful photos of birds with your iPhone or GoPro camera

on Friday, November 30th, 2012

This bird feeder station from Kickstarter hides a camera inside so you can see and capture images and video of the birds that visit it.  The Bird Photo Booth is just an enclosure with macro and polarizing lenses included (others are planned for future release);  you have to put your iPhone, iPod touch, or GoPro Read More…

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Sony Dev-3 and Dev-5 Binoculars – 3D Bird Watching

on Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

Sony has  just announced the world’s first digital binoculars with HD video recording, zoom, autofocus and Steadyshot Image stabilization. Capable of recording Full HD video with stereo sound and even a 3D mode that records as stereoscopic video for playback on most 3D HDTVs. The Dev-5 has 10x optical zoom with up to 20x digital Read More…

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Hey That’s Neat

By: cobinrox
on Friday, October 22nd, 2010
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

This is actually a hummingbird feeder.  I thought it was neat because it doesn’t look like the standard plastic-y looking run-of-the-mill feeder.  It’s a little late in the season where I am to expect many visitors, but I found it at WallyWorld for about $12, but I also see it on the HomeDepot site and Read More…

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Photograph your feathered friends with the Brinno BirdWatchCam

on Sunday, February 21st, 2010

My sister and I used to be birdwatchers when we were kids. We even kept notebooks where we would write down the birds we saw and the times we saw them. We didn’t take pictures of birds back then, but the Brinno BirdWatchCam has me thinking about getting back into the hobby. It’s a motion Read More…