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Spy on your birds!

Shilpa

Strolling the yard
Joined
11/27/20
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I recently set a camera by my budgies cage to monitor (totally not to spy :hilarious:) them when they're alone. With the camera I set, I can see them, hear them, and talk to them through a speaker attached to the camera. You'll be surprised to know how many hours of their 12 hours of sleep your birds actually spend partying :party:
Here's a screenshot I took when they were sleeping:
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Oh and I don't know if this is the correct place to post this thread so it's fine if someone wants to move it somewhere else :)
 

Zara

Try to be a rainbow in somebody else´s cloud ❤️
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Málaga
:lol: How cute :loveit:
 

TikiMyn

Biking along the boulevard
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The Netherlands
Real Name
Robin
I love spying on my birds! I have no good place for my cam now though (it needs to be on a table). I am guilty of making cages way too full with perches and toys, my cam is not the best and it make it difficult to spot the birds :lol:
 

Ripshod

Biking along the boulevard
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UK
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Linden
I only install my roost camera when there's a problem that needs sorting. If I leave it there during the day it tends to get 'fed' by a certain couple of boys.
 

Miss_sj

Jogging around the block
Joined
10/11/18
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755
Location
Australia
Real Name
stacie
I would love to spy on my birds but my husband put his foot down and said that was taking the bird crazy too far! I did hear something last night and checked on the budgies at about 1am and they both seemed asleep, and Charlie was making grumbling noises. That bird....
 
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