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    Birds With No Feathers On Their Heads

    Yeah I was worried about mites. I have a coworker who told me that she had a bluebird build a nest in her ventilation system and the mites got into her apartment. She had to evacuate for a few days an have an exterminator fumigate the apartment. I don't want to catch mites from bald birds, if...
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    Beginner Advice

    Originally posted this under the Live Streaming forum but got no response "Hello everyone. I hope I am posting this question in the right place. I am interested in live streaming my backyard feeders and bird house, but don't know where to begin. In the past I would film birds with my iPhone...
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    Birds With No Feathers On Their Heads

    I'm not sure. I thought that ravens were bigger than crows. Sometimes in the back yard we'll have a pack of five or six large black birds that tiptoe around the yard (very jumpy - take off at the slightest sound or shadow). It has been very hot here this summer so I too was thinking that...
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    Beginner Live Streaming

    Hello everyone. I hope I am posting this question in the right place. I am interested in live streaming my backyard feeders and bird house, but don't know where to begin. In the past I would film birds with my iPhone, but of course the battery runs out. I haven't had much luck so far in...
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    Birds With No Feathers On Their Heads

    Hello to all. I live in Western NC (the Piedmont) and within the past couple of months have noticed birds at my backyard feeders with no feathers on their heads. A cardinal, a bluejay and a raven. I'm in my mid-40's and have never noticed birds looking like this. I'm a bit alarmed as to what...
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    Recording Birds from multiple cameras 24/7

    Thank you for your help. I will look into trail cameras as an option.
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    Recording Birds from multiple cameras 24/7

    Hello everyone. I have a couple of feeders that get a lot of activity. Currently, I am recording using my iPhone on a tripod, but what I would like to do is set up a couple of cameras in a "permanent" fashion that run 24/7, or at least at long intervals. Does anyone have suggestions...
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    What is this bird? - North Carolina, USA

    Is there a way to change the thread title, or is it too late?
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    What is this bird? - North Carolina, USA

    Hello everyone. I hope I am posting this thread in the right place. I am new to this site. I have been filming the birds in my backyard (in North Carolina, USA) and am not sure what this type is called. Thanks to all for your help. B :t:
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