WELCOME TO BIRD GAZER

The goal of BirdGazer.net is to set up an array of birdhouses
across the USA so you can view bird activity
in an area different than your own.

BirdGazer.net is a manufacturer of unique webcam bird houses.

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1 month ago
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Jimmy from Kentucky sent these pics in of his Birdgazer.net houses set up on a fence line. I really like how the houses and fence are all nicely painted and neat. Hope he has a good Spring birding season next year. Who knows, with all that residential bird space he might get some roosting action during the winter. Mike T., Birdgazer.net from Maryland. ... See MoreSee Less

Jimmy from Kentucky sent these pics in of his Birdgazer.net houses set up on a fence line. I really like how the houses and fence are all nicely painted and neat. Hope he has a good Spring birding season next year. Who knows, with all that residential bird space he might get some roosting action during the winter. Mike T., Birdgazer.net  from Maryland.Image attachment
5 months ago
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Another customer, Glen, sent in this fine photo of some Tree Swallows in a BirdGazer.net house he purchased. This is a beautiful shot of really colorful birds in action. Glen has some serious game with the camera! Mike T., Birdgazer.net from Maryland ... See MoreSee Less

Another customer, Glen, sent in this fine photo of some Tree Swallows in a BirdGazer.net house he purchased. This is a beautiful shot of really colorful birds in action. Glen has some serious game with the camera! Mike T., Birdgazer.net from Maryland
5 months ago
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Luke sent this nice picture of his train set-up at his home in Texas. The Birdgazer.net Caboose was a nice addition to complete the railroad line. I'm sure the birds will enjoy it. Mike T., Birdgazer.net from Maryland. ... See MoreSee Less

Luke sent this nice picture of his train set-up at his home in Texas. The Birdgazer.net Caboose was a nice addition to complete the railroad line. Im sure the birds will enjoy it. Mike T., Birdgazer.net from Maryland.
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