Cable Connection Bird Box & Wildlife Camera

Product code: GFST1GB-20M-B02
72 reviews |
$53.00

Turn on your TV and leap into birdwatching with our classic wired bird box camera. Mount this tiny but powerful window to the wild in your nestbox and enjoy true-to-life colour images of true-to-life birds! It’s also willing to watch other wildlife if you’ve got a nice dry place for it to sit.


Cable Length: 20m
Power Supply: UK
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Cable Length: 20m
Power Supply: UK
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Tiny camera

Measuring just 40mm across, this tiny camera fits perfectly even the smallest garden bird boxes.

Watch on your TV

To view live footage, simply connect the cable to your TV using the included cable. This gives you a simple way to watch wildlife in the comfort of your living room.

Robust Video

The camera produces interference-free images over the cable.

Wide-Angle Lens

Designed for use in enclosed spaces, the camera features a wide-angle lens. This gives a huge field of view and helps ensure you see more of the inside of the box in the frame.

Night Vision

Invisible infrared LEDs provide night vision for round-the-clock viewing, without disturbing the birds.

Adjustable Focus Lens

To ensure sharp images, so you can see every feather and the sparkle in the bird's eyes.

Easy Connectivity

Connects directly to TVs and recorders.

All-In-One Cable 

The cable carries video and power, which means you only need to install one cable between the camera and your house.

12V Connection

Allows you to run power up to 50m and is compatible with all of our cables and accessories.

Infrared Cut 

Built-in IR cut gives true to life colour images in the daytime and crisper black and white night-time images.

Easy Mount Bracket 

Use 1 x 5mm bolt to mount your camera with ease. 

Anti Twist Bracket Design

The Green Feathers anti twist bracket design means birds don't knock the camera when set up.

Clever Anti-Tamper Case 

A sealed case design, created to stop bugs and critters crawling into the camera and causing problems.

Day or night, our classic wired bird box camera is the simplest way to get going with wildlife watching in your garden. Pop it in your nestbox and the included 3-way cable will transmit all the feathered frolicking to your TV. (Do birds use cutlery at home? If they ever learn, this window to the wild will show you!)

The camera now has an improved IR filter complete with infrared cut. In other words, you’ll see top quality, true-to-life colour images.

Try adding an LED lamp to your bird box for even clearer daytime images. You can also use an AV to HDMI converter to connect to your TV with a universal HDMI connection.

Got a hankering for hedgehogs? This camera can see those too. Add a mounting bracket to one of our hedgehog habitats for optimal hedgehog surveillance.

Don’t forget to select your required cable length before purchasing!

Video Standard:PAL

Image Sensor:OV7949/OV7950

Vertical Resolution:700 TV Lines

Pixel Resolution:512(H) x 582(V)

Minimum Colour Illumination:1 Lux

Minimum B/W Illumination:0 Lux (IR On)

Lens:2.8mm

Viewing Angle:110 degrees

White Balance:Auto

S/N Ratio:>48dB(AGC Off)

Backlight Compensation:Auto

Electronic Shutter:1/50(1/60)-1/100,000 seconds

Operation Temperature:-20 to 50 degrees C

Power Supply: 12V DC <500mA

  • Wired Bird Box Camera
  • UK Mains Power Supply (1.5m Cable Included)
  • TV Cable (Chosen Length)
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Gift Box

Our easiest camera to setup. Simply mount the camera in your ideal spot then connect to your TV using the cable provided.

Wired TV Camera FAQs

Please read our frequently asked questions to find out information on generic queries.

How does my camera connect?

Your camera will connect to your TV using composite connections which is red, white and yellow RCA connectors. If you have a newer TV which doesn't have these connectors, we sell an AV to HDMI adaptor.

Does the camera include night vision?

Yes, the camera uses invisible infrared LEDs which emit no glow and keep recording in dark bird boxes without disturbing the birds. In the dark the camera’s night vision mode ensures 24/7 vision but it produces black and white images.

How is the camera powered?

The camera uses a 12V power supply which is supplied in the box, compared to our previosue camera this allows you to run an extension lead over greater distances without power loss.

Do I need to protect the cables?

We recommend covering the connections to help avoid moisture getting in to them, whether this be using a waterproof enclosure or something more simple like some old garden hose or electrical tape around the connectors.

I'm not getting a clear image?

Once you have the camera installed in a bird box you can focus the lens by twisting it, we recommend doing this before putting everything up in position so you’re not trying to adjust it while its up a tree. If you have one of our water proof cameras the lens is fixed in position, we have this pre-set to give you a clear image in most bird boxes.

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Choose the Green Feathers way

We're passionate about bridging the gap between you and the enchanting universe of bird life. Our commitment lies in delivering the intricate wonders and vibrant beauty of avian life right to your living room. Experience this thrilling spectacle through our innovative bird box cameras, designed to provide an intimate view into the world of these feathered marvels.

From observing heartwarming nesting rituals to marvelling at the nurturing of the next generation of fledglings, these cameras bring the magic of bird watching into your home. So why wait? Embark on your exclusive journey into the realm of birds with Green Feathers today.