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Whooping crane flight cam

As usual, the good people at Operation Migration are helping the captive-born whooping cranes (Grus americana) fly south to their wintering grounds in Florida. 156 more words


Wake up and watch the whooping cranes take off!

A team of dedicated bird-lovers at Operation Migration is helping the endangered whooping cranes (Grus americana), hand-raised in Wisconsin, migrate to Florida. (There are only about 440 birds in the wild, supplemented by about 165 in captivity.) The inexperienced birds areĀ guided by ultralight aircraft. 212 more words


The mother lode of animal webcams

Reader John W. called to my attention the best kind of aggregation site: one that collects animal webcams from all over the Internet. The site, on Explore, has a gazillion cams with wildlife, though, sadly, many include d*gs, and some are in zoos. 59 more words

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Peregrine Cam!

Reader Malcolm reminds us that the peregrines nesting on top of Norwich Cathedral have just produced two chicks: little white fluffballs. Here’s a screenshot; click on it to go to the livecam. 130 more words

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Ma and Pa Peregrine have a chat

Reader Dom called my attention to this video showing a mated pair of peregrine falcons (Falco peregrinus) who seemĀ to be nesting in Norwich Cathedral. 23 more words

Owl and albatross cams!

There are two birdcams of interest today. First, a Great Horned Owl pair in Savannah, Georgia (Bubo viginianus), has laid several eggs and the first owlet will probably hatch today, as there’s a pip out of the egg already. 87 more words