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Shop-NC Nature Cam  FAQ's 

Hours of operation:
8:00am to dark Eastern Standard Time.  
The Cam looks out over the Blue Ridge Mountains of the western Carolinas.  The area is filled with azaleas, rhododendron, black walnut, pecan, oak, maple, hickory, sweet gum, poplar, magnolia, and dogwood  - all of which offer food and shelter to many varieties of birds and animals (including squirrels!, of course).  

When is the best time to watch?
Cardinals quite often feed first thing in the morning and last in the evening.  Chickadees, juncos, goldfinch, blue jays, and mourning doves come to the feeder throughout the entire day.  The most activity tends to occur in the evening when nuthatches, titmice,  woodpeckers and towhees join in.  

Other varieties of birds pass through the area and stop by the feeders periodically.  Indigo buntings are frequent visitors and normally stay in the area about a week or so before moving on.  Spring and fall migration can bring many unusual visitors.

What did just I see?
We have pictures of some of our most frequent visitors. Check out the birds seen at this site
Still stumped?  here's a Complete List of North American Birds!