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Backyard Birding: Nest and Feeder Cams
If you haven’t got a backyard of your own, or are tired of looking at the same few European Starlings at your feeder, there are a number of streaming cams online to give you a natural experience from your desk.
Cornell has a number of interesting feeder cams, including ones at Sapsucker Woods in New York, the Canopy Lodge in Panama, and one aimed at boreal birds in Ontario.
And here’s a pair of nesting Great Horned Owls in Montana: