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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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2 weeks ago
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This particular birdhouse was out of the way on a shed. It usually attracted Starlings, so I did not mind. They brooded and there was lots of chirping going on a few days ago. That all stopped. Still amazed on the climbing stills of this guy. Over twelve feet up. Glad it was just Starlings. ... See MoreSee Less

This particular birdhouse was out of the way on a shed. It usually attracted Starlings, so I did not mind. They brooded and there was lots of chirping going on a few days ago. That all stopped. Still amazed on the climbing stills of this guy. Over twelve feet up. Glad it was just Starlings.Image attachment
5 months ago
Bird Gazer

Debra B. sent this video in. A Pileated Woodpecker was checking out a Birdgazer.net bark faced house made for Bluebirds and others suited for a 1-1/2" entry hole. Hopefully he will move on and not try some excavation to open the entry up. ... See MoreSee Less

11 months ago
Bird Gazer

Double posting to Birdgazer.net of Glen M.'s great Wren and Tree Swallow photo's. Really nice stop action stuff. ... See MoreSee Less

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We love these bird houses.

By the way, these were taken in Bent Mountain, Virginia.

Amazing picts!

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