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  1. So I got to wondering, How many other nest cams are there around the country? A lot, it turns out. At the high-tech and well-organized end of the spectrum, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology operates several nest cams including one that is currently following a family of Great Blue Herons.

  2. Screen capture courtesy of Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Great Blue Heron nest cam on Sapsucker Pond (Ithaca, NY) and the cam ops

  3. Feb 11, 2019 · Owls Evict Hawks From Webcam Nest In San Francisco’s Presidio. February 11, 2019 at 4:40 pm ... according to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. The owls usually adopt a nest built by another ...

  4. Watch Live Cam of the Red-tailed Hawks’ nest >> A Few Cool Facts and Resources: The Presidio is an important stop on the Pacific Flyway, the major north-south flyway for migratory birds, which means it’s a hotspot for birdwatching with 323 different types of birds spotted (so far!) in the park.

  5. Live! Great Blue Heron Nest at Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Great Blue Herons in upstate New York. Two eggs hatched on April 27, and a third hatched on April 28. The last two eggs appeared to be “pipping” on the evening of April 29.

  6. Feb 11, 2019 · The Presidio trust planted a webcam roughly 100 feet above the nest, and the resulting stream made for curiously compulsive watching as the hawk duo raised a pair of baby hawks.

  7. Enjoy these exceptional views around the Farallon Islands, off the coast of San Francisco, in the U.S. of California. The moving live streaming webcam is set in the Southeast Farallon Island, the only inhabited part of the islands. It provides excellent sights towards to the rocky peaks and rugged shores as well as to the marine mammals and birds.

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