An easy and quick way to route your BirdGazer.net camera birdhouse cable is out a window. Find the spot outside your house you want to place the camera birdhouse and then route the cable line out the nearest window. There are some issues to consider before doing so.
Most new modern homes are constructed with windows with energy seal weather stripping made of soft foam that provides a tight fit when the window is closed. Some do not. If your window can be closed and locked on a small thickness pen without damaging the pen or window (test slowly), the camera cable will pass out the window with no modifications needed. If your window sits in a pocket or a ledge type window sill and your test pen appears to face cetain damage, you will have to modify the exit point and you may not be able to lock the window.
The modification needed will be to place some thick weather stripping foam or thick strips of carpet foam to sandwich the camera cable with. One piece of foam stripping will be against the bottom of the window, one piece of foam stripping will be below it resting on the window sill, the camera cable will rest between the two strips of foam. The closed window will rest on top of all of this, the foam will engulf the camera cable and produce a weather seal. You still may not be able to lock your window for security. If this is a problem the other choice for this method is to run the camera cable out a second story window which is out of reach, if you have one. Whatever method you choose be careful not to damage your window or cut or crush the camera cable during testing or installation.
If you have a window air conditioning unit on the side of the house you want to locate the BirdGazer.net camera birdhouse or a side close to it, pass the cable out next to the unit’s filler bellows. This is the part of the air unit which expands outward from the sides of the unit to close the remaining part of the window opening the air unit did not fill up. Next to the window jam and the bellows is a great place for the camera cable to exit. Secure the line outside to the camera birdhouse as needed.