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message 2: by Suzanne (new)

Suzanne Goldsmith (suzannegoldsmith) | 18 comments Thanks for that great link, Jimmy! I love birdcams. You may like this site, too. The Rutland Osprey project has a high-def live camera feed. http://www.ospreys.org.uk/webcam/. Ospreys are at the center of my recently-published novel Washashoreso I'm just a little obsessed.


message 3: by Jimmy (new)

Jimmy | 1562 comments Mod
Thanks, Suzanne. I am a fan of ospreys and all of nature.


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Dan Pettus | 5 comments Here's a peregrine falcon cam with babies! It sits on top of a local power plant on the Mississippi River.

http://www.ameren.com/falconwatch/Pag...


message 5: by Suzanne (new)

Suzanne Goldsmith (suzannegoldsmith) | 18 comments So cool! She was feeding the chicks just as I tuned in. Thanks for sharing!


message 6: by Sara (new)

Sara | 38 comments This is possibly my favourite link, and I've been watching all spring as first the Barred Owls, and then the Hawks hatched. The Barn Owl has 5 eggs that are due to hatch in the next week or so. It's fascinating to watch these birds and what unfolds as the new little ones make their appearance. I'm fascinated by the meals. FYI, the Hawklets seemed to have chipmunk as their first meal.


message 7: by Sara (new)

Sara | 38 comments Dan wrote: "Here's a peregrine falcon cam with babies! It sits on top of a local power plant on the Mississippi River.

http://www.ameren.com/falconwatch/Pag..."


I just tuned in to this--Awesome Sauce! She was feeding them at this time as well. There's one little one in the back who seemed to be continuously nudged out by bigger siblings. I hope he or she gets her share!


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