13 February 2011

Peeks at Beaks

If you're on your computer and looking for a quick way to connect with nature, try visiting a "nature cam" Web site.

Nature cams are situated to give you glimpses into the lives of animals. Many of these cameras look into bird nests and let you follow the progress of the avian families that inhabit them.

Two such nest cams are the Eagle Cam at the Norfolk Botanical Garden in Virginia and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Great Horned Owl Nestcam, which is located in Minnesota.

It's cool to check in with these birds on occasion, especially if you're needing to visit nature but can't get outside right away.

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