Roamwild Window Feeder
This live camera faces a Roamwild window feeder that I have been trialling for some months now. Many people do not have a large enough garden for feeders or are worried about larger birds dominating feeding station. I was keen to show people that you can attract wildlife to a window if you had no garden or very limited outdoor space. I wanted to find a window feeder that met all my requirements regarding design, functionality and usability. I have tried lots of different designs and this is the one I like best. It is not the cheapest, but I would rather save up and buy something that lasts and performs well.
Obviously, the success of a window feeder is dependent on the location and proximity to suitable habitat and I will be exploring ways to maximise your chances of such a feeder being used in an upcoming blog, which will be linked here when complete.
Live camera (NB:may not work in Chrome)
This is filmed with a Birdsy Cam. These are currently part of a Kickstarter campaign and discounts are available until 15th July. Find out more on my Birdsy webpage or using the links below:
Kickstarter appeal: bit.ly/birdsy
Birdsy Website: www.birdsy.com
What to watch for.....
I have tried this window feeder in multiple locations with birds visiting every time. It is currently mounted on my conservatory window for ease of camera installation for a live camera. I also have one on my upstairs office window.
Click on the link above to find out more about the RoamWild feeders. If you purchase via this link, I get a small percentage, which goes towards the cost of my bird food and live stream cameras.