NEWS: On 19th January 2023 in support of our customers who enjoy nature observation, Park Cameras is thrilled to add Spypoint Trail Cameras to our growing range of wildlife cameras.
Spypoint develops innovative technologies to help you capture stills and videos of wildlife, with images sent directly to your mobile phone over cellular data. Their range of cameras includes the Spypoint Link-Micro-S Trail Camera, which features patented solar panel technology and all models include fast camera trigger speeds. This ensures cameras are quick enough to photograph birds and other fast-moving wildlife.
Spypoint cameras are available to suit every skill level, whether you’re a beginner who wants a simple garden wildlife camera, or a scientist who needs the latest technologies and most advanced features for wildlife conservation.
According to nationwide wildlife charities and organisations, a significant amount of UK wildlife is in decline, with some previously common species now on the brink of extinction. Wildlife cameras for gardens and beyond can give us privileged access to observe nature during the day and night, gathering images and data of local species.
You can learn more about threats to UK nature on the WWF website and discover Britain's most endangered animal species on the Countryfile Magazine website. Through collaborative observation with our camera traps, and by sharing images and stories we can all become paper conservationists, contributing to nature’s protection and recovery.
Spypoint trail cameras come with fantastic features to help capture amazing photos and videos of wildlife, which would otherwise be virtually impossible. These include:
Owl image from Wildlife Day
Members of the Park Cameras team have been actively involved in wildlife photography for many years, setting up events including our very own Wildlife Day, and our attendance at Global Birdfair BirdLife raise €100,000.00 for their migratory birds conservation project.
We also create educational content, including inspirational blogs such as photographing local wildlife by Danny Green, how a thermal imaging camera works and equipment buying advice such as the best binoculars for nature viewing and the best gifts for wildlife and bird photographers.
Nature and wildlife are essential for our well being, the economy, even our very existence. By sharing trail camera photos and videos, each of us can play a role in wildlife conservation as well as purely enjoying special moments which would otherwise go unobserved.
Browse our range of trail cameras to find the prefect model for your own wildlife observation and choose a Spypoint camera for the latest innovations in cellular wildlife image transfer straight to your device.
By Nick Dautlich on 19/01/2023
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