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    Default Bird Watching

    As spring approaches, the bird watching gets interesting, so I thought it was time to start a new bird watching thread.
    Thinking of Vicky and wishing she was here to watch with us.

    The bird watching in Costa Rica is really something! Everyone clears out when those big-beak guys come. Watch the big beak posturing at the end (21.10)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLNpbtHd1ic

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJ4kbT_0RsA

    Brazil too!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gb72AJWz4vk

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    Thank you for starting this thread!

    The question came up about a Dutch site Vicky posted showing a barn owl Webcam. It was this site but the barn owls I found are from 2017. They're starting up with new Webcams on February 19:

    https://www.vogelbescherming.nl/bele...n-de-nacht-dag
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    Thanks, guys, looks like my barn owls are live 2/17/2019.

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    Here's an active barn owl web cam in Moss Landing, California. Teco & Valentina. Very windy there right now . . . the nest box-is-a-rockin'!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2HYixEN7DY

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    Bermuda Petrel . . . a pretty little bird sitting on her egg in a nest in Bermuda!
    http://cams.allaboutbirds.org/channe...ermuda_Cahows/

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    A sign of spring? Very welcome sight as I look out on several inches of a snow that shows no sign of melting very soon.
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    Winter in New Zealand looks good, from here anyway. What a view this albatros has! Strange noises it makes!
    https://www.doc.govt.nz/royalcam

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    Albatros has a chick! Cool!

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    hummingbirds
    https://explore.org/livecams/humming...trees-nest-cam

    Have to keep an eye on this one. Red Tail Hawks. Love watching the recent nest building clips!
    http://cams.allaboutbirds.org/channe...-tailed_Hawks/

    Another Barn Owl cam, this one is in Saratoga, CA., a couple of hours drive north of where I am. Mama owl is sitting on 6 eggs. This cam appears to film for 12 hours and then posts it on you- tube. I didn't watch all 12 hours, but at 16:30 into it, she gets up and steps outside for a couple of seconds, revealing 6 eggs. Then, less than 2 minutes later, Papa owl comes in with a snack for her.
    What's nice about this format instead of the live view is that you can go back or pause the video, plus you don't have to watch for hours and hours. You can slide your cursor along the bottom and see what is happening in the thumb view and then click where you want to watch. This format also has 5 different views, 2 inside and 3 outside, all on one divided screen. In the lower right screen you occasionally see an owl gliding by outside as mama continues to try to choke down her snack inside, on the other part of the screen!(28:32). You can also see dad fly up with food from the outside and then watch him come in an deliver the food to her. Pretty neat! Enjoy, I know Vicky would!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNIycA67sys

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    Interesting that a hummingbird's nest is the size of a walnut!
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