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RE: Neat website
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- From: "Randy Minder" <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2001 12:24:46 -0400
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Birding cams are a lot of fun. WebBirding.com (http://www.webbirding.com)
has about 10 different ones. A couple are devoted to Peregrine Falcon
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of trexrode
Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2001 11:42 AM
Subject: Neat website
Friend birders -
A friend told me about a neat website I thought you might enjoy. It is Wild
Birds Unlimited, a retail outfit. On their site they have a "bird feeder
cam" which photographs the activity at a couple of birdfeeders. The picture
periodically updates, and can be left "floating" on your computer screen.
I've been enjoying watching the birds at the feeder during the day when I
have to be cooped up in an office building.
There are also some neat links to Cornell University sites that have "nest
cams" that follow the raising of a brood from the time the birds pick out
the box until the babies fledge. The two links there now are for Eastern
Bluebirds and American Kestrels. I thought it was very interesting to watch
them raise their families! I had no idea birds were such good parents.
The address is: http://www.wbu.com/feedercam_home.htm
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