Saturday, January 30, 2016

The Mystery of the Missing Bird Seed #sponsored

Maxwell: Well, I finally managed to wrest our Vimtag Cloud Camera from Allie's pink claws. Just in time, too.

My BirdTV Channel is having some serious technical issues. 

Maxwell looks intently at the Vimtag camera he hopes will help solve his mystery.
"I'm counting on you, Vimtag."
I'm getting some serious signal interference. The bird seed keeps mysteriously vanishing.

closeup of bird feeder, clinging to window.

So I'm aiming the Vimtag right at our bird feeder, to catch the culprit!

Vimtag camera, on the job!
My first clue came during the last snow. Check it out: see the muddy paw prints on the glass?
No bird made these, I can tell you that much!


...I think I'll just hang out with the camera for a while and see what we might discover...


What do you think Maxwell found out?
Did he solve his mystery?
Did he finally get his BirdTV signal to clear up?




Sadly, no vishus squirls have consented to be interviewed on the BirdTV channel. *sigh*
But every time the mom goes out to adjust the antenna (*ahem* fill the bird feeder), they are ALWAYS hiding underneath it, eating the dropped seeds!

We'll catch you red-pawed soon, we just know it!



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In case you couldn't tell, we love our Vimtag Cloud Camera.

http://goo.gl/nxUOS3

It features:
  • Pan/tilt camera through app with gestures 
  • Real time viewing
  • Two-way audio
  • Night vision
It's accessible from the Vimtag app on Android or iPhone, or on your computer at vimtag.com.
It's very reasonably priced. And Vimtag has graciously offered to giveaway one camera to a lucky reader.


Sweepstakes Rules: Must be over 18 to enter. Open to residents in the continental U.S. only.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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17 comments:

  1. That is ONE COOL CAMERA! We hope ya catch the seed-thieves with it.

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  2. Wow, soon you will know who the thugs re...maybe a coon?? But they really are vishus...and would likely take the whole thing along with the seeds...they did that to a window feeder here.

    That camera is a great addition...we sure hope we stand a chance to win one...even though we only have 2 entries, being as we don't do twitter, printerest or instagram...sigh...

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  3. Those squirrels are sneaky! I tried to catch one the other day... the only problem is it was outside, and I was inside at the time!

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  4. Can't trust those squirrels, and you can never catch one when you want and then 2 will turn up when you don't. purrs Erin

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  5. Our bird feeder hangs on a wire and has a squirrel shield above it but the squirrels STILL try to maneuver to get the bird seed. They are very determined. I bet it is a squirrel.

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  6. Seems your culprit is very smart. He knows where the surveillance camera is. Loved the video. Great quality picture. We would love to win this camera.

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  7. It's those sneaky tree rats for sure. They simply cannot be trusted. Pierre would lose his mind over a bird feeder that attracted squirrels. LOL!

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  8. We loved watching Bird TV with Wookie Maxie. Our three resident squirrels eat as much seed as our birdies. They get all the dropped seed as well as eating tons from the feeders as well. Mom says anything to keep us entertained. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth ad Calista Jo

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  9. Chickadees are such happy little birds. I enjoy watching them

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  10. Sneaky squirrels ! We loved watching your Bird TV, and learn the English name of the pretty "m├ęsanges" (chickadees) we can see here as well. Purrs

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  11. I bet it is the squirrels! Your chickadees look like a cross between our blue tits and great tits. No tittering boys!!!

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  12. Squirrels need to eat too! And they're just as much fun to watch as the birds...maybe even more so!

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  13. That was fun to watch! And we just know it was those evil squirrels getting the seed. That's what they do around here.

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  14. That camera is cool.
    We know squirrels are sneaky.
    They really love seeds and do just about anything to get them ;)
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  15. I always blame the squirrels, even if there is no hard evidence.

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  16. I should set my Vimtag up as a wabbit cam!

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  17. wide load.. ha ha ha.. well at least it was a modest wide load..

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