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Cornell Lab Bird Cams

April 22, 2020
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From Cornell Lab of Ornithology – All About Birds:

The Cornell Lab Bird Cams connects viewers worldwide to the diverse and intimate world of birds. We work to make watching an active experience, sparking awareness and inspiration that can lead to conservation, education, and engagement with birds.

Our viewers tell us that watching the cams is a life changing experience: an unprecedented learning experience that they liken to virtual field trips or field biology in their living room. We’re excited to continue sharing and learning with the community as we watch the world of birds together.

Cornell currently has fifteen different bird cams in operation including: Barred Owls, Bermuda Petrels, Cornell Feeder Watch, Panama Fruit Feeders, Northern Royal Albatross, West Texas Feeders, American Kestrels, California Condor, Lance-tailed Manakins.

Link to all cams (from which you then pick)

This is the real world, unedited. Things may not happen at the rate you wish.
[Chuck Almdale]

 

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Karen Snyder permalink
    April 23, 2020 1:06 pm

    If I send a photo, can you all help me identify a bird ? Thanks, Karen

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    • Chukar permalink*
      April 23, 2020 1:20 pm

      Go ahead and put it into a comment. I’ll reply if even if no one else does.
      Include everything you know about the photo: when & where taken, size of any useful non-obvious objects in photo. Any other birds it might have been with.

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