If you've ever wondered what goes on in a hawk nest, now's your chance to find out. Cornell Lab of Ornithology has posted a live video feed from one of their nest cameras and you can watch a red-tailed hawk nest 24/7 if you want. Find it here [if that doesn't work, paste this link into your browser:http://www.allaboutbirds.org/page.aspx?pid=2422&ac=ac ]
Apparently you can also watch the hawk nest from mobile devices such as smart phones and iPads. And CLO says they'll have a "full-featured BirdCams site" launching in late April with more species including Osprey, Black Vulture and Great Horned Owl. How cool is that! For more information, or if you have questions, contact Cornell Lab of O at <firstname.lastname@example.org>
As soon as I can, I'll post a button on the side so you can check in throughout the spring. And come back Friday for more bird-talk on STEM Friday.