Category Archive: birds

Building up to RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch with the wildlife in my patch!

It has been a very cold and snowy weekend and, with lots of desk-based work to do, I am always glad of all my live cameras! Being able to watch all my cameras… Continue reading

Monitoring feeders using the Bushnell NatureView Live View

I have been delighted to have 3 bullfinch visiting over the last few months; one female and two males. I wanted to see if I could capture them using the trail cam so… Continue reading

WildlifeKate Patch Camera Updates

It has been a busy month in my garden, with lots of new feeders and the birds taking full advantage of all the different foods on offer. With my cameras live streaming on… Continue reading

Christmas Wildlife at Home catch-up!

It has been lovely to have a bit of time at home with my family and to add some lovely wildlife themed gifts to my growing collection! The pets got into the swing… Continue reading

New Garden Feeding Stations

Over the next month or so, I will be having a range of new feeding stations coming online to live stream on my website. With Autumn heading our way, I love feeding the… Continue reading

A Brambling Visitor to my Patch!

This week I have been having a beautiful Brambling visiting. It is only the 2nd time, in nearly 20 years, that I have had this species in the garden and the last time… Continue reading

Bushnell Ladle Feeder

II have been experimenting with a range of different ways to simply set up a Bushnell camera to capture footage of feeding birds. When I saw this 99p Ladle in Lidl, I thought… Continue reading

Exciting new addition to the garden AND blackcap and siskin visitors…..

I have been delighted to have some new visitors to my feeders over the last few weeks and, if you watch my live cameras, I expect you will have seen them! A male… Continue reading

Christmas Mice & Hungry Birds

With a bit of a colder patch lately and the natural food sources running low, there has been a lot of action on my rid feeding stations. I am still waiting for two… Continue reading

Kingfisher watch, snuggling mice and tawny stump potential…

I was keen to get back this week to see how the Tawny Stump was looking. Even with testing at ground level with lights and the camera, only when it is in place and… Continue reading