Hawk and Eagle watching

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    beaupower32 Well-Known Member

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    #1 beaupower32, Apr 23, 2010
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    Well, I recently found out that people stream alot of birds through webcams. I have become addicted to this over the past week, and would like to share with you.

    The first link is of a Family of Red Tail Hawks and 3 babys. Its intresting watching, as every once in a while the male will bring a piegon in or rat.
    The Franklin Institute Hawk Nest on USTREAM: Welcome to The Franklin Institute's Hawk Nest! For more information about this nest and the red-tailed hawks w...

    THe second one is of a family of Bald Eagles with 2 little baby's. I just started watching them today.
    Eagle Cam on USTREAM: Located on 2,700 acres, Duke Farms in Hillsborough, N.J., is one of the largest privately-owned parcels of undeveloped land in the ...


    Here is one of a peregrine falcon. no little ones yet, but eggs are due to hatch soon.
    http://www.ustream.tv/channel/new/mercury-education


    I hope you enjoy watching these as much as I do.
     
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    Here are some barn owls that is covered 24/7. Mostly sleeping at day, more active at night. 5 chicks, but im sure the parents are around somewhere.
    Barn Owl
     
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    Very cool Beau. The owl was kinda boring but then again it is asleep.:lol:
     
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    The Owl is in California, wait till about dusk time, then they get active and go hunting. I have seen them come back with a mouse and eat it, pretty cool, and all the screaching they make. The cam is IR so you can watch them 24/7
     
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    Those are neat BP. :thumbup:


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