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RSPB Wildlife camera

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Uncover the hidden lives of the nature in your garden by day or night, capturing videos and images of diverse behaviours such as feeding, playing and courtship.The RSPB Wildlife Camera is easy-to-use, moti...

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Uncover the hidden lives of the nature in your garden by day or night, capturing videos and images of diverse behaviours such as feeding, playing and courtship.The RSPB Wildlife Camera is easy-to-use, motion-triggered and versatile, in fully waterproof protective casing.

This high-definition wildlife camera can be placed on the ground, mounted on a tripod, or fixed to a tree with the provided strap or metal bracket. It comes with a 1 year warranty, clear instructions, and even features a timelapse mode!

Footage is stored on an SD card (available separately), and the wildlife camera requires 8 AA batteries to run (not supplied).

  • 1080p HD colour video
  • 14MP colour images showing date, time and temperature information
  • Motion sensor with 30m detection range
  • 40 invisible infrared LEDs delivering crisp and clear night vision
  • Less than 1 second trigger time
  • Timelapse mode
  • Fully waterproof
  • 1 year warranty
  • Easy-to-follow user guide included
  • Takes 8 x AA batteries (not included) and a 32GB SD memory card (available separately)
  • Includes strap, mounting bracket and USB cable


You will need an SD memory card to use this camera. If you don't have one already, just add our Delkin 32GB SD card to your order.

Ensure you also have at least 8 AA batteries ready to power the camera when it arrives.

User Manual is included and also available to view or download here.

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Age: 65+

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I bought this camera to replace an old trail camera that after 10 years had gone faulty (not RSPB one). I use them for monitoring hedgehogs in my garden each night. I have had it 3 weeks and it is well made and easy to use. With other similar cameras advertised on line I found almost impossible to get information regarding the length of time video could be set and other similar issues. With a link to the instruction leaflet being available on this site all my questions were answered. Some cameras only offer 10 seconds per video - this camera can be set from 10 seconds to 2 minutes. Having this information was the reason I bought from RSPB. One thing to be aware of is that it is heavier on battery use than my previous cameras so taking the advice in the instruction leaflet to opt for rechargeable batteries is my recommendation.
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Age: 65+

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Bought this to replace a cheaper version which just stopped working . Very pleased with the picture quality and sound is a bonus BUT using batteries very quickly so need to purchase rechargeable ones . However, many makes of wildlife camera dont recommend them as voltage isn’t sufficient etc and the instructions don’t make it clear what type , can anyone advise please ?
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Pauline Rafferty
Age: 55 - 64

Night time garden activities revealed
Really pleased with the Camera. Tried a few different settings but video only was best for me. Really great to see the night time activities in my garden and share with family and friends. The first night I used it in February it 'captured' a badger, who came and nudged the camera. The sound is amazing too - I’ve heard the badger eating and drinking from the pond. The dawn chorus is also incredibly clear.

I bought rechargeable batteries and a charger and it works a treat.

I bought 2 memory cards and just swap them over each day and save in separate folders on the laptop. Someone complained that it lost the numbering of the photos/videos when the card contents were deleted. My easy solution is to delete all photos/videos from the card except the last photo/video and the numbering continues sequentially.

Someone commented that it is difficult to open to replace the batteries. It is, especially with cold fingers in the winter, but easy to slip an old table knife or flat screw driver behind the latches and it opens easily.

Just remember to reset the date and time after replacing/recharging the batteries as this information is lost. The other settings are all saved.

I even thought about buying a second camera but instead I used the strap to attach it to a medium sized plant pot (with plants) that is easy for me to lift and move around the garden so I’ve been watching different parts of the garden. Even put in the neighbours to help them ‘catch’ what was digging up some flower beds.

My only suggestion would be a better method for tightening the strap, one with a ratchet type mechanism would stop the strap sagging.
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