Yesterday I tried the IR detector about five feet away from a seed feeder. One thing I learned - as the feeder warms up in the sunshine and starts to swing in the breeze it triggers the sensor. Once the feeder was in shadow or the wind clamed down then it worked OK.
Chaffinch coming in to land:
Most of the photos were of birds, mainly sparrows, peacefully feeding but the arrival of Starlings usually livens things up a bit.
Are you my Dad?
Keep moving pal.
Go find your own perch.
Where is Air Traffic Control when you need them?
I wonder how long a camera battery lasts when it needs recharging every day.
And Now, the Honeybees
7 hours ago