For all our expertiese, there are some things we just can't answer.
Here's a how-to video on connecting your Hawk Eye to a computer for viewing, recording, presentation making, and streaming onto the Internet
How to connect your Hawk Eye to an Apple computer.
Just about anything here and maybe in the Beyond . . .
HERE'S A GREAT LITTLE VIDEO ABOUT ALL THE NEAT THINGS AND CRITTERS YOU CAN WATCH.
None of the Hawk Eye and Red Robin cams are weather proof. But there it's easy to protect them from the elements.
Our Hawk Eye cams aren't weather proof, but here are a few suggestions as well as an easy, affordable way to protect them from all kinds of weather.
Hawk Eye or Red Robin Nature Cam not working as it should? Check out this trouble shooting guide.
You WHAT? You ran over the cable with the lawn mower? Here's how to repair it. There's even a video.
The Number-one question we get is: "Do you have a wireless camera." Well, now we do, but is it right for you? Read on.
Should I unplug my Hawk Eye / Red Robin when I'm not using it?
Will squirrels and other critters chew through my camera cable?
What the . . . ants and / or spiders crawling into your Hawk Eye Nature Cam? Hard to believe, but true. Here is one customer's solution.
How many 100' extension cables can you add to the original 100' of cable that comes with the Hawk Eye and Red Robin Nature Cams? And how should you bury it? Read on.
It really needn't be frustrating. There are a surprising number of easy ways to get the Hawk Eye and Red Robin cables into any house or building. And, if you can't take a look at our new Hawk Eye Wireless Nature Cam.
I mounted the Hawk Eye / Red Robin and plugged it into the TV, but the picture is all full of static and is rolling.
How far way does the Hawk Eye focus?
Getting a loud hum through the television? Here's why and what to do.
Soooo, you're like the rest of us and have lost the power adapter to your Hawk Eye and/or Red Robin? Now what?
No, it doesn't bother the birds. Continue on for more info about the Hawk Eye's Night Vision capabilities.
Electrical power? Lines of resolution? Other Hawk Eye Nature Cam specifications? Read on . . .