WiFi Bird Box Camera
Our WiFi Bird Box Camera allows you to watch nesting birds on your smartphone, tablet and computer in HD!
Chris shows you how the camera works in our demonstration video.
This is the first bird box camera on the market with built-in WiFi, so you can install the camera in a nest box without having to worry about running a network cable back to your house. Just make sure the camera is connected to power and is in an area with WiFi signal.
Watch on Your Smartphone & Tablet
Using the free app you can easily watch live or recorded footage of the birds in the nest using an iOS or Android device.
Captures video in HD for high-quality images so that you can see every feather.
Connects directly to your phone during setup so there is no need to connect it to a PC to get it all up and running.
Specially designed night vision invisible infra-red LEDs allows the camera to see in dark nest boxes without disturbing the birds.
Wide Angle Lens
The camera has a huge field-of-view capturing everything inside the box and the entrance hole.
Watch on Your Computer Too
Includes a free download of our PC software for PC & Mac letting you record clips directly to your computer or watch back footage.
When there is enough light for recording without night vision, the footage is recorded with bright and clear colours.
MicroSD Card Recording
The built-in memory card slot provides an easy way to record footage (card not included).
For years now our Green Feathers bird box cameras have been delighting nature lovers by providing amazing close-up images of eggs and chicks, direct from your garden to your TV screen. This WiFi bird box camera lets you easily log in to watch or record footage directly from your phone, tablet or computer. As the first camera of its type on the market to feature built-in WiFi, you don't even need to run a network cable out to the bird box - all it needs is power!
Just make sure that there is WiFi signal where you want to install the bird box in the garden, and then follow the simple configuration instructions in our setup guide. You can then watch live or recorded footage of the chicks from anywhere using the free app on an Android or iOS mobile device.
The camera itself features invisible night vision so that the camera can see in dark bird boxes without disturbing the birds. The wide angle lens also means that you can get the entire inside of the box in the frame. A tiny microphone means the camera will record sound as well as video. Furthermore, included is a MicroSD Card slot that allows you to easily record footage – and even set up motion detection – directly from the app.
Need to extend the length of power cable between the camera and the mains? Purchase one of our extension cables for up to 20 metres of extra cable length.
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the difference between your wireless & Wi-Fi camera?
Our original wireless camera does not have Wi-Fi connectivity and has a much more limited range and image quality. Our Wi-Fi camera offers much clearer HD images and an all-digital interference-free experience. The wireless camera simply sends to a receiver and connects to a TV for live viewing. It does not record unless you have a separate capture device or recorder. However, the Wi-Fi camera works with smartphones, tablets and computers and has in-built recording to MicroSD cards.
Can I watch on my smartphone or tablet?
Yes! The free app allows you to stream the camera live and watch back recordings.
Which devices does the app work with?
The app works on iPhones, iPads and Android phones and tablets. The app supports iOS 8.1 or later and Android 5 or later.
Can I watch on my computer?
Yes, you can download the software that supports Windows to watch the camera live, adjust settings and record footage onto your hard drive.
Do I have to power this by the mains?
Although we class the camera as ‘wireless’ because it transmits its footage wirelessly, the camera does need to be powered by the included power supply to work reliably. We understand that it is not always practical to run cables, but we do have extension cables to add up to 20 metres extra on the length of the power supply cable.
Do I have to be connected to my Wi-Fi to watch the camera?
There is a way of directly connecting to the camera without even needing to have a Wi-Fi network. This method of direct connection does have a limited range, so we recommend connecting the camera to your Wi-Fi network. This allows you to connect into your camera even when you are away from the home.
Will it work on a Mac?
While we don’t supply software that works on macOS, if you can configure the camera using another device then there are workarounds to view the camera on a Mac.
Will it work on my TV?
This camera is not specifically designed to work on TVs unlike some of our other cameras that wire into the back of the TV. In some cases, the app can work with smart TVs, although this is not something we guarantee. The app works on Apple TV and may also work on smart TVs that are compatible with Android apps.
The Wi-Fi signal in my garden is weak. What do I do?
Not everybody’s Wi-Fi signal can reach far into the garden. This is quite normal, especially in larger properties. One potential solution is to use a Wi-Fi Repeater that can extend the range of your network into your garden so that the camera can receive a reliable signal. Failing this, it may be worth considering our wired options.
Can the camera record?
Yes! The camera features an in-built slot that supports MicroSD cards up to 128GB in capacity (not included). This allows the camera to record footage for later playback and it can automatically overwrite older footage when it becomes full.
For how long can it record?
When recording, it uses about 1GB per hour of space, so with a 64GB card you can expect the camera to record for 64 hours of footage and 128 hours on a 128GB card.My camera is warming up, is this bad?
It is perfectly normal for the camera to feel warm to the touch while in operation. Don’t worry this won’t harm any nesting birds!
I’m not getting sound. How do I resolve this?
The microphone allows the camera to capture high-quality audio for such a small size. If you are not hearing any sound when you are watching your camera there are a couple of simple solutions.
First, ensure that the Wi-Fi antenna or any cables are not touching the microphone so that you get the best sound quality.
Second, audio streaming is turned off by default, so you’ll need to turn this on. To do this go to Encoding Settings in configuration menu and toggle on Audio.
I’m struggling to set up the camera on my Wi-Fi network. What do I do?
Follow our help guides to get you up-and-running.
It’s not recognising my MicroSD card!
Make sure you have inserted the MicroSD card before powering up the camera. If the card is still not detected, you may need to ensure it is formatted properly in the FAT32 format.
The app is asking me whether the device is “post-2015”. Which option do I choose?