Woman Sets Up Bird Feeder Photo Booth to Capture Close-Ups of Feathered Friends

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The bird population of Michigan attracted Lisa M. Ca instantly when she moved there from Germany. She wanted to learn more about the birds and hence, as a result, she set up a Bird Photo Booth: a 2-in-1 that comprised of both seed dish and a camera that was able to take close up shots of the birds.

When she first got there, it caught her attention instantly when she saw how similar the location was when compared to her place. The seasonal weather patterns appear similar to that of Germany’s native birds and by looking at the vibrant colors in the feather, she decided to photograph them and hence, came up with the Bird Photo Booth.

It is compatible with all smartphones and tablets and it has a classic bird feeder that is powered by high-tech spin. She was able to capture the birds from close intervals using a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection, which lets you remotely watch and photograph birds on a real-time basis. She shared the photos on Facebook and you can have a look at how amazing the photos appear.

Northern Cardinal

Blue Jay

Common Grackle

Tufted Titmouse

Common Grackle

Northern Cardinal

Tufted Titmouse

Mourning Dove

Common Grackles

Goldfinch and Tufted Titmouse

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