London - Do you love watching the visitors to your birdtable but wish you could get a bit moreup close and personal?
Now you can with an ingenious device called the Bird Photo Booth.
It looks like a conventional bird feeder, but contains a hidden video camera that captures close-up footage of birds as they arrive to feed.
The footage can then be transmitted back to a laptop, iPhone or iPad using a wireless connection. You can even watch the woodpecker at the end of your garden while you are sitting on the train.
Inventor Bryson Lovett, 28, from California, says: “It’s a great chance to see birds acting naturally because they won’t be aware of anyone being close by.”
It costs £100 from birdphotobooth.com. - Daily Mail