LIVE: Red-tailed Hawk Nest

I received an email from Cornell Lab about a Red-tailed hawk nest with a live feed. Some of you may already have visited the feed. I’m pasting information below in case you are not on the mailing list. I have visited the feed and it works even on my slow satellite connection, so you may have better luck if you have true high speed access. It does work and is complete with sound. Enjoy – Harry

“A new nest camera high above a Cornell University athletic field is streaming crystal-clear views of a Red-tailed Hawk nest via the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s All About Birds website. The new camera stream puts viewers 80 feet off the ground and right beside the nest, where they can watch the hawks arrive, see them taking turns incubating the eggs, and compare notes on the two birds—the male has a more golden-tawny face and is slightly smaller than the female, who has been nicknamed “Big Red” for her alma mater.”

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