New Website Provides a Birdseye View of Nature in its Element

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NatureSpyCam.com is a brand new website that allows adults and kids to experience nature like never before. The website offers a range of miniature cameras designed to be concealed outdoors in birdhouses, on tree trunks or other locations inhabited by wildlife. Website founder Carolyn Riggs sat down to discuss her unique products, and the website's newest feature; a wildlife blog.

On the blog I'll be discussing topics like migration patterns, the origins of non-native birds and how to identify unfamiliar birds by their coloring.

When Carolyn Riggs launched her website http://www.NatureSpyCamera.com, she wanted to provide bird and wildlife lovers with a great product, and also hear about their experiences.

"I've always been fascinated with birds, and while I've never had a big backyard, I love talking about backyard wildlife," said Riggs. "I think it's most enjoyable to observe wildlife in their element and see their natural behavior."

On her website, Riggs offers miniature cameras which can be placed in a number of different outdoor locations. The cameras then connect to a standard television, and provide a real-time look at what's happening outdoors.

"All the nature spy cameras are a lot of fun, but I think the birdhouse spy cameras are the most popular," said Riggs. "The birdhouse spy cameras use infrared lights, and go directly inside the birdhouse streaming real-time video day and night."

With the addition of a new wildlife blog at http://www.NatureSpyCamera.com, Riggs hopes to provide additional information about birds and backyard wildlife to her customers.

"The goal of the blog is to educate people about the different birds in their neighborhood," said Riggs. "On the blog I'll be discussing topics like migration patterns, the origins of non-native birds and how to identify unfamiliar birds by their coloring."

Riggs hopes to share this information with bird lovers, and in turn, hear about their experiences with her nature spy cameras.

"I'd love to hear about the different birds people have spotted with my nature spy cameras," said Riggs. "I'd also like to hear about other wildlife people have spotted, like squirrels, chipmunks and bats."

Bird and wildlife lovers are sure to have fun experiencing the outdoors through Rigg's one-of-a-kind nature spy cameras.

About the Company:
NatureSpyCam.com is owned and operated by bird and wildlife enthusiast Carolyn Riggs.

Carolyn Riggs
http://www.NatureSpyCam.com
(601) 845-2556

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