Bird feeder live cam streaming from Plumgarths wildlife garden
Welcome to #Birdwatching bird feeder web cam!
Our camera provides an up close and personal view of garden birds and corvids as they visit our bird feeder station at our wildlife garden (open to visitors) at our Plumgarths head office.
Join in the conversation
If you have any questions for us do send them in via our Twitter page @CumbriaWildlife or commenting below and we'll come back to you as soon as we can.
If you see anything of interest whilst watching the bird feeder cam feel free to comment below, with a screen grab too if possible.
About this bird feeder web cam location
This web cam live streams from our wildlife garden at our HQ at Plumgarths, and has been made possible by funding from Suez Communities Trust and is powered by StreamDays .
You are very welcome to visit our wildlife garden at any time.
The bird seed in these feeders is from Vine House Farm (and the birds love it!) We've worked with Vine House Farm Bird Foods since 2008 because as much seed as possible is grown, packaged and dispatched from their conservation award winning farm in Lincolnshire.
If you'd like to know more about feeding the birds this winter you might find this article of interest
Ways you will help wild birds and other wildlife
- Garden birds need your help and wildlife gardening is a great way to provide them with the basics they need to survive; food, water and shelter.
- Support your local wildlife with Vine House Farm birdfood
- Watch this gardening for wildlife short video for easy ways to make your garden or community green space wildlife friendly.
- Listen to the dawn chorus
- Read more about our Living Landscapes vision and work
Troubleshooting playback issues
We have recently moved the cameras to HTML5 player so viewers would need to click the play button to watch the live stream.
Why doesn't it work on a Flash player?
The live streaming is no longer compliant with Flash because Adobe is phasing the Flash plugin out. Unfortunately not all browsers are fully HTML5 compatible.
For example, you may find on one mobile device that Google Chrome browser will work fine, but then not on another mobile device; the reason for this is that different devices only have certain versions available, which again make some devices compatible and others not.
Streamdays recommends that users ensure that their device and browser are up to date.
Please try the native built in browser which is called “internet” that is also compatible.
Both Firefox and Samsung internet seem to work. Google Chrome and Microsoft Bing appear to be incompatible.
If your playback settings do not allow the option to enlarge the screen to full, please update Safari browser on your Mac to the latest version which should resolve the issue.
If you are still experiencing playback issues please email us at email@example.com and we'll do our best to help - thank you and enjoy!