Yes. I had an old camera inside the box so I knew when they had hatched and were ready to jump. So I set up the mobile rig. And also had a pole mounted zoom on them that caught them hitting the water. I'll try to trim it down to size and post it.footage from your mobile rig?
I don't have any suggestions but I'm sure the guys here will. I have two of these small SD1A203T-GN cameras that I mount in duck boxes, but this box just has an old camera. The video no longer works but I can get a screenshot and that lets me know when they are going to hatch. Next year it will have one of the good cameras. You can find my videos that show the inside camera if you search Jump Day.Hi, I understand your addiction. I am trying to get an early start on a second camera for my great horned owls that nest in a barrel in my yard every year. I'm looking to buy a small camera to mount on a branch two feet above the barrel. I'd really like to see when they have lay their first egg instead of guessing. Any suggestions of what camera to buy? Also do you have a camera inside your wood duck box? I built a barred owl box and I'd like to have a camera inside it as well. And while I am at it, it would be nice to have a camera in my great crested flycatcher box as well My goal is to have it done by the end of September. Thanks in advance for your time.