Roamwild 'PestOff' and Window Feeders
This live camera faces Roamwild feeders that I have been trialling for some months now. Sometimes you will see the window feeder. At other times, you may see the PestOff feeders.
Many people do not have a large enough garden for feeders or are worried about larger birds dominating feeding station. I was keen to show people that you can attract wildlife to a window if you had no garden or very limited outdoor space. I wanted to find a window feeder that met all my requirements regarding design, functionality and usability. I have tried lots of different designs and this is the one I like best. It is not the cheapest, but I would rather save up and buy something that lasts and performs well.
Obviously, the success of a window feeder is dependent on the location and proximity to suitable habitat and I will be exploring ways to maximise your chances of such a feeder being used in an upcoming blog, which will be linked here when complete.
The 'PestOff' feeders have been performing brilliantly and my squirrels have now given up on them! Their weighted ports mean that the larger birds and squirrels cannot access the food.
This is filmed and live streamed with a Birdsy Cam. Find out more on my Birdsy webpage or using the links below:
What to watch for.....
RoamWild Window Feeder
I have tried this window feeder in multiple locations with birds visiting every time. It is currently mounted on my office window.
RoamWild PestOff Feeder
I have been trialling these feeders for nearly a year and I'm mighty impressed! The squirrels have actually given up on them now and the smaller birds can feed in peace. The great spotted woodpecker is not heavy enough to close the ports, so it's great they can still access the food.
I really like these... and so do the birds!
Click on the image or link above to find out more about the RoamWild feeders. If you purchase via this link, I get a small percentage, which goes towards the cost of my bird food and live stream cameras.
Aigas Field Centre
I built this feeding station with the wonderful staff at Aigas Field Centre in the Scottish Highlands. Watch and listen to the birds in the day and you may even spot one of their pine martens at night!
New cam being installed very soon!