The Perfect Bird House Cam for Watching Birds Inside Your Bird House

We are associates of We earn commisions from sales at no additional cost to you. See our Privacy Policy Here

Do you enjoy watching the birds as they choose your bird house to begin their new family? Do you enjoy relaxing outside while watching the birds gather nesting materials to build their nest?

Would you like to see even More? Well, Now You Can!

A Great Gift Idea For A Birdwatcher Too!

Introducing - Hawk Eye High Definition Nature Cam Bird Watching Spy Video Camera!
The Camera For Spying Inside Birdhouses Now in HD
High Definition Nature Watching Video Camera

High Definition Birdhouse Camera

Discover What's Happening Inside Your Bird House?

Imagine listening and watching everything that is going on inside your birdhouse. No longer will you need to be content just watching birds going in and out of the house, now you can see and hear all that is happening on the inside, All From Your Favorite Chair!

This is Actual Video We Took Using The Hawk Eye Nature Bird Cam of a Cardinal.

Female Cardinal Shaping Nest

You'll Be Able To:

  • Watch as mom or dad incubate and turn the eggs.
  • See the little babies as soon as they break through the shell.
  • Hear the tiny chirps as they first begin to beg for food.
  • Watch as the nestlings attempt their first flight out of the nestbox.

Catch the sights and sounds of wild bird activities - day and night - with the Hawk Eye Nature Cam.

Ideal for viewing all the activity inside a nest box or at your bird feeders. View both day and night activities.

During the day, the camera sends real-time color video and sound to your television or computer. At night, Hawk Eye's infrared lights take over.

Imagine being able to turn your television or computer into your very own front row seat to the nesting, incubating, and raising of young birds theater.

You can, with the Hawk Eye Bird Cam. For years this technology was out of reach for the average birdwatcher.

Not anymore. Now anyone can get the Hawk Eye Bird Cam complete with built in microphone, 100 feet of AV cable, and all ready to be plugged into the back of your TV or computer.

Need more than 100 feet of cable? Order another 100 feet when you check out!

Works Outside Too!

In the photo below you'll see the finished Robin nest. And, if you look to the right of the nesting shelf you'll see the Hawk-eye Bird Cam that we're using to capture the Robins nesting activities and stream them to the web.

showing position of bird cam to nesting shelf

Notice just how small the cam is. This is an older style that didn't even have High Definition!

Works Day and Night

The birdhouse cam works using invisible infrared light, allowing you to see the goings on all day and night.

I need to be honest here, it helps to have a plexiglass skylight for daytime viewing depending on how much nesting material is brought in.

What better way to get children interested in nature and birds. Imagine charting the progress of the happenings in your birdhouse with your children. Great for home schoolers.

Track Your Birds

  • Days of nest building, and materials used.
  • How many eggs.
  • Days the eggs hatch
  • Feeding Trips - And what kind of food.
  • Or just have fun watching and listening

The list is endless. It's a great way to monitor your backyard Bluebird house or Purple Martin Colony.

Great For Home Bound Loved Ones

What greater way to say you care than giving the Hawk Eye Bird Cam to a bird lover who is home bound. An investment that will bring season after season of joy in any birdwatchers life.

Every Birdwatcher Will Want a Birdhouse Cam

Whether it's You, your children, grandchildren or a special friend, All will get years of enjoyment and memories that can last a lifetime.

If you love birdwatching, or know someone who does, you've got to get the Hawk Eye Bird Cam.

Not Just For Birdhouses

Use the Hawk Eye Bird Cam year around. Mount it next to your hummingbird or sunflower seed feeders and never miss a minute of the action. All without being glued to the window.

Don't Worry It's Easy to Install

Simply mount the Hawk Eye in a nest box, next to a feeder, or anywhere you want to watch wildlife.

Run the Hawk Eye's 100 ft cord into the house, plug it into the television, and then sit back and prepare yourself for the surprising beauty you catch on camera.

Don't let another season pass by without having your own Hawk Eye Cam.
learn more link button

We are proud associates of We earn commisions from sales at no additional cost to you. See our Privacy Policy Here