Swedish great grey owl on video

This is a Swedish great grey owl video.


Dutch bird nests webcams’ video

This 16 March 2018 Dutch video is about the bird nests webcams of the 2018 nesting season. Little owls, peregrine falcons and others.

These webcams are here.

Squirrel not welcome at American owl’s nest

This video from the USA says about itself:

Female Barred Owl Surprises Squirrel Outside the Nest Box – Mar 15, 2018

The female Barred Owl lets this squirrel know that the nest box is occupied and to stay clear!

Watch live at http://allaboutbirds.org/barredowls for information, highlights, and a link to the inside view.


Female schreech owl in the USA

This video from the USA says about itself:

6 February 2018

Beautiful female red morph Eastern Screech Owl resting outside the nest box. Hang out with mother owl for awhile, she is awesome. More found footage from a few seasons back. The females have always been red and the male gray since 2011. The female this season (2018) has been roosting since early December but she keeps switching nest boxes and hasn’t committed to laying eggs yet, but she should very soon. I just hope she picks the best nest with the camera inside.


American barred owl nest webcam back online

This video from the USA says about itself:

Hooting and Crayfish Delivery, March 7, 2018 Wild Birds Unlimited Barred Owl Cam

Barred Owls are opportunistic predators with a diet ranging from rabbits to reptiles. From time to time, the male will even deliver fish and invertebrates (like this crayfish) to his partner in the nest!

Watch live at http://allaboutbirds.org/barredowls

Jim Carpenter, President and CEO of Wild Birds Unlimited, has hosted a camera-equipped owl box in his wooded backyard since 1999. Set more than 30 feet high against the trunk of a pignut hickory tree, this Barred Owl box was first occupied in 2006. Since then, the box has hosted several nests, including successful attempts since 2013.

The camera system was updated in 2013 with an Axis P3364-LVE security camera and microphone mounted to the side of the box and connected to Jim’s house via 200 feet of ethernet cable.

To keep predators like raccoons from investigating the nest, aluminum flashing was wrapped around the tree. An infrared illuminator in the box means you can keep track of the owls’ comings and goings throughout the night (don’t worry—the light is invisible to the owls).

Since the birds aren’t banded, we can’t tell whether this is the same pair as in past years. Although male and female Barred Owls look alike in their plumage, females can be up to a third bigger than males. You can also tell the difference between them by watching their behavior; only the female incubates the eggs and chicks, but the male is responsible for the bulk of the feeding, ferrying prey items to the incubating female, and sharing them with her inside and outside of the box.

Learn more about Barred Owls in our AllAboutBirds Species Guide here.


Great grey owl on video in Sweden

This video is about a great grey owl on video in Sweden.


Owls in Sweden on videos

This is a great grey owl video from Sweden.

This is a video about a northern hawk-owl on a birch tree in Sweden.