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    Really miss watching the the Great Blue Heron nest. They are not nesting there any more, but you can watch many videos of while they were here. The first video shows how the cam was set up, followed by various videos of the eggs hatching, the adults defending the nest from a few nighttime owl attacks, feedings and seeing the chicks (5) grow. Really amazing videos, one after another. Enjoy!
    http://cams.allaboutbirds.org/channe...t_Blue_Herons/

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    It's a little early for the season for the bears of Brooks Falls, Alaska salmon hunting, but you can watch highlights here. It's one of my favorites web cams! http://explore.org/live-cams/player/...m-brooks-falls

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    I saw a great blue heron once in person. Magnificent bird! It was standing on the edge of a lagoon in a park on the south side of Chicago. Quite a surprise to see it there.
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    Another Albatross nest, this one in New Zealand. Very pretty.
    http://www.doc.govt.nz/royalcam

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    Beautiful setting for the albatross!
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    Definitely a room with a view. That's the advantage of being a bird!

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    Quote Originally Posted by agate View Post
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    I saw a great blue heron once in person. Magnificent bird! It was standing on the edge of a lagoon in a park on the south side of Chicago. Quite a surprise to see it there.
    I see great blue herons around here at the waters edge of fishing in the bay. Sometimes they can be seen standing in the local fields. They are so beautiful.
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    Another live owl cam, this one in Grapevine, Texas. An Eastern Screech Owl with 4 eggs. (Opens with noisy commercial.)

    http://www.carbontv.com/cams/eastern...ampaign=OwlCam


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    4 eggs and two doting parents!
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