Bird nest webcams in the USA

This video from the USA says about itself:

Cheep Cheep – A story about a bird’s nest of robin eggs hatching

“Cheep Cheep” is a mini-documentary that tells the day-by-day story of a bird’s nest we discovered under our deck in the Spring of 2012. The video was shot in HDTV on a Panasonic HDC-HS900 Camcorder, which was mounted on a monopod, and allowed extreme close up footage without disrupting the nest.

“Cheep Cheep” spans a twenty day period of time, and is appropriate for all ages. The story illustrates the incredible process of development in the life of a baby bird, and gives a heartwarming glimpse at the touching bond between parent and child.

Tip – For best picture, change your video playback quality to ‘HD.’

White-tailed eagle webcam in the Netherlands: here.
From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA:

We can scarcely keep up with all the developments at Bird Cams—especially our TWO new owl cams: a Barn Owl in Texas and a Wild Birds Unlimited Barred Owl cam in Indiana. Plus, the Cornell hawks are incubating three eggs, a Great Blue Heron has returned to the pond, and Kaloakulua, the young Laysan Albatross, is starting to show her first white feathers. Watch the cams.

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