Birdhouse Spy Cam, West Linn, OR 97068US

Hawk Eye Nature Cams, turn your TV into the best of bird watching areas

Hawk Eye Nature Cams, turn your TV into the best of bird watching areas

Hawk Eye Nature Cams, turn your TV into the best of bird watching areasHawk Eye Nature Cams, turn your TV into the best of bird watching areas

        REALITY TV COMES TO THE BACKYARD!

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We're #1

Excuse our bragging, but our Hawk Eye HD took Much Needed's Editor's Choice Award for the 10 Best Bird Watching Cameras.

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Our Hawk Eye Nature Cams, and accessories.

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Our Hawk Eye video cams, birdhouses and accessories.


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Question & Answer Forum

Blog like a talking parrot

Question & Answer Forum

Have a question? It's been a long time since anyone has asked something new. We can almost guarantee you'll find answers to your questions in the  Q & A forum about our video cams, and wildlife below.

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Blog like a talking parrot

Blog like a talking parrot

Blog like a talking parrot

Take a look at our blogs and newsletters for ideas on how to get the most out of your Hawk Eye video cams.

Question & Answer Forum

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How easy is it to hook up Hawk Eye video cams? What's the difference between the Hawk Eye HD and Wireless? How do you get the AV/power cable into the house? What else besides birds and other wildlife can I watch with the Hawk Eye? 

These and many more questions are answered below. Take a look!

(And, if you can't find an answer, give us a call at 800-807-1030)


How easy is to connect the Hawk Eye Cams to a computer and stream the video?

How easy is it to connect the Hawk Eye video cams to a computer and stream the video onto the Internet?

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Can I connect my Hawk Eye video cams to an Apple computer?

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What can I watch

with my Hawk Eye video cams?


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How easy is it to setup and

 connect the one of the Hawk Eye video cams?

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Are the Hawk Eye video cams weatherproof?

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How can I weatherize the Hawk Eye video cams?

Q&A

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Troubleshoot tips for the Hawk Eye video cams.

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Sooo . . .you cut the cable.  Ran over it with the lawnmower? Weed wacker? Squirrels chewed it up?

Here's how to fix it.

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Are the Hawk Eye Wireless video cams right for me??

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Squirrel problems?

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Ants & spiders! Oh my!

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Extension cable number

 and installation?

More Q&A

How to get the Hawk Eye cable into the house??

How do you get that 25-yard AV/power cable running from one of the Hawk Eye video cams into the house? 

Static, rolling picture on TV??

Rolling picture & static on the TV?

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Lens specifications.

Wide angle? Telephoto? Or what?

Loud hummmmm????

Low hum coming from your TV?

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You say you lost

your power adapter?

Do infrared lights bother the birds?

Do the Hawk Eye video cams  infrared lights bother the birds?

More Q&A

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For all our expertise :-), there are some questions we can't answer.

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Video

                               Check out our video cams and the outstanding

                                 wildlife videos our customers have shared

Although we created S.M.A.R.T.S  (Slow Motion ART of Seeing) for schools. It just didn't sell very well, so we discontinued it. Take a look, however, at some really incredible videos for ideas of how you can use your Hawk Eye for more than just watching birds and wildlife. Please excuse the minute or so intro about the program.

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Check out this great wildlife video

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When those "cute little owls" chow down, well . . . they aren't so "cute" after all. But then again, this is what nature and wildlife is all about.

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Check out this great wildlife video

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Check out this great video

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