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Livestream of pair of Carolina Wrens nesting in my aloe plant! (1 Viewer)


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I have a pair of Wrens nesting in the aloe plant on my patio for the second year in a row. This year I decided to live stream it. They have 4 eggs, and have been there at least a week.

I shut the stream down at night, so if it's not up just check my channel in the morning. There's a shadow on the video right now that I will fix later today when they're not home.

The best action is between 4:30-7:30 PM EST; I feed them mealworms around 5. Last evening one of them brought the other dinner!

I'm think about getting a better quality camera, does anyone have any recommendations? I'd like to spend $100-$200, and it doesn't have to be waterproof where they're located.

For anyone interested the eggs hatched a few days ago and mom and dad have been very busy feeding them. I'm going to put an additional camera up soon to capture them leaving the nest.
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