Owl nest webcam updates from the United States


This video from the USA is called Baby Barred Owl with Barred Owl Adults Hooting.

From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA:

With the return of spring, two beloved cams—the Barn Owl cam in Texas and the Wild Birds Unlimited Barred Owl cam in Indiana—are back online and the excitement is building. Two eggs have been laid at the Barred Owl cam (watch highlight as the second egg is revealed), with a possible third on the way. We’ve also upgraded the view to full HD and improved the sound quality. Tune in to see the owls incubating and to hear the sounds of a midwestern woodland come to life.

Meanwhile, the Texas Barn Owls laid their first egg on the same day as the Cornell Hawks and may lay as many as 4-6 more in the coming days (watch highlight). We have a new cam positioned outside the entrance of a redesigned nest box that improves lighting and viewing angles. It’s been enlightening to see how often the male perches outside while the female stays within.

With nighttime viewing on both cams, you can watch 24/7—don’t miss a moment of the lives of these engaging owls!

On the Savannah Great Horned Owl cam the owlets are still spending time on camera, and the youngest has yet to leave the nest. The oldest owlet is exploring more of the nest tree and has started to climb higher up the surrounding branches (check out the highlight), sometimes flying from branch to branch. Mom has been calling to her young from nearby, possibly encouraging them to branch. Watch cam.

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