We have added streaming wildlife cameras for you to view, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week!
Our ‘Mountain View’ Camera looks out at our Main Pollinator Garden, with Samaniego Ridge of the Santa Catalina Mountains as a backdrop. Within the view, you’ll see homemade-suet in a feeder on the left. Cardinals, Pyrrhuloxias, Ladder-backed Woodpeckers, Western Scrub-jays, Curve-billed thrashers, Abert’s Towhees as well as hummingbirds are frequently seen while viewing our camera. We keep the suet full in the morning and refill throughout the day. The evening feed happens about an hour and a half before sunset, and, often quail and many other birds are feeding on the ground. The raccoons return nightly to empty whatever is left in the feeder.
At sunset, we often zoom the camera to showcase the color on the mountainside, as the area descends into darkness. After sunset, the camera is returned to full view to enjoy the nighttime creatures.
Volume and FULL SCREEN button are found by hovering your mouse/trackpad over the video’s lower right corner.