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Peregrine Falcon nestcam - in Montreal

Live from the University of Montreal! read more »

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UdeM

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Bella the Hummingbird

The nest of Bella, an Allen's Hummingbird. From the webhost: "Bella has been building a nest in my ficus tree on my front porch since 2005."Visit the website for Bella the Hummingbird.Learn a lot more about hummingbirds at BellaHummingbird.com. read more »

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www.bellahummingbird.com

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Bald Eagle Nest at Berry College

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Berry College

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Tim's Birdfeeder - in Wisconsin

Thanks, Tim! Both for feeding the birds and for sharing the stream with us all. read more »

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Timg365

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Great Horned Owl Nestcam - Oklahoma City

A pair of Great Horned Owls has made their nest in a pot on the second-story planter ledge at a home in Oklahoma City. In 2013, two young fledged. In February 2014, three young owls are being fed! Be sure to read the FAQs for more information and history of these owls. Thank you, Alessondra &... read more »

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Alessondra and Family

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Owl Channel - Barn Owl Nest!

The Owl Channel™ nestbox is located in Chula Vista, California. Barn Owls are periodically using it as a daytime roost, fingers crossed they nest here again! Thanks, Owl Channel!Owl Channel note: This is a live feed of a wild Barn Owl and family. Owls are carnivores. They hunt, kill, and consume... read more »

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The Owl Channel

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Southwest Florida Bald Eagle Nest Cam

This Bald Eagle nest is in North Fort Myers, Florida. Webcam courtesy of Dick Pritchett Real Estate.The nest is in a slash pine, 60 feet above the ground. Nesting season begins here in early October. The eagles stay until late April or May.Two eaglets are growing bigger by the day. The adult Bald... read more »

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Dick Pritchett Real Estate

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Great Horned Owl family dines

Check out the feeding station cam after dusk. Ms or Mr Harvey or the kids – Great Horned Owls – should be in to eat! read more »

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WolfRiverCam

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CritterWindow

You may see deer, racoon, muskrat, mink, squirrels, rabbits, and lots of birds. The cams are located in southeastern Indiana. read more »

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CritterWindow

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Australia - Galah webcam

Backyard Galah Cam located near Goulburn New South Wales is a webcam showing some of Australia's birds and outstanding scenery. You may see galahs (Rose-breasted Cockatoos), Sulfer-rested Cockatoos, Crimson Rosellas, Currawongs, Magpies, and others. You may see the neighbor's sheep and the chance... read more »

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PeacheyRoo

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