suggestions for a bird lover
That looks like it was designed by committee :D
well, when i was married and lived in a house, i had bird feeders and lots of windows, and my cats Loved to sit on their shelf and look out the windows, But Now, I live in a small single story half duplex, with no window to the backyard, [and no cats to love] just a door with a window on it. im lucky to have a door to a one acre yard where I live. there is a large window in the front but it faces the driveway, and the birds most likely would get hurt on the glass flying into it, so all i do is toss dry bread crumbs out on the back yard once a day. [im not at a place to afford feeders and seed my daughter saves me stale bread and crackers] in summer i can leave the door open, and the screen door at least lets me hear them and see them. i might try the web site idea. thanks for the input on teh monitors, ill keep that in mind, if I do end up borrowing one from someone, ill set it out only while Im eating breakfast, and keep it inside otherwise.
Sowhatnow, you need to get yourself a little budgie. Or a lovebird.
I confess to being a bit of a bird nut myself and I miss my birds. My lovebird died a few years ago after a long and healthy life. He lived 17 years. I sure miss that little nut. He would sleep inside the hood of my hoodie when I was on the computer. Or try to peck at my keys while I was typing.
I also had many wild bird friends when I lived up in the north country. I would spend hours and hours just watching the wild birds that would visit my balcony - one day I counted 14 different species that visited. And I took photos of all of them.
Damn...this apartment living isn't any good for feeding birds. Some days, I pull up all the photos I took of my old bird friends and just look at them. Or I go for a walk so I can talk to the crows. And I leave my window open so I can hear the Canada geese every evening - hundreds fly overhead every day just as the sun is setting.
Yeah...I am sort of in love with birds. Of all kinds.
outdoor microphone for listening to birds
Have the wireless or wired microphone fed to your indoor sound system.