Ontario FeederWatch Cam Returns!


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October 16, 2018

Kauai Laysan Albatross Cam Offline For 2019

After 5 years of dedication and hard work, the Kauai Albatross Network (KAN) and the landowner have decided to take the upcoming year off from 24/7 streaming on Kauai’s North Shore. When the Cornell Lab began working with KAN back in 2012 to (eventually) identify locations and landowners that would work to bring the world of Laysan Albatrosses to the world in 2014, we never could have imagined the reaction from the online community or the amount of effort it would take to have this kind of impact. Together, in the last 5 years, we have shared the lives of Laysan Albatrosses on the Garden Isle for 30 months (out of the last 72!). Viewers from over 190 countries have tuned in to the livestream 60 million times for a combined 450 million minutes. Our Albatross cam volunteers have posted over 20 thousand tweets and shared over 9000 images from the @AlbatrossCam Twitter account, identified 198 walkers, and interacted with thousands of cam watchers through social media. From all of us at the Cornell Lab's Bird Cams project, we wanted to say “Thank You” to our partners at KAN, the cam site landowners, all of our viewers and volunteers, and anyone who has watched and learned along with us over these past 5 years. Click "More" to enjoy a highlight video of some of our all-time favorite moments from the Kauai Laysan Albatross cam, and please share your own favorite memories in the comments below. Mahalo! 

October 16, 2018

Ontario Cam Welcomes First Evening Grosbeaks Of The Season!

The first Evening Grosbeaks of the 2018-2019 season have arrived at the feeders on the Ontario FeederWatch cam! Listen to for burry notes as these vibrant finches crush black oil sunflower seeks with their hefty bills. 

October 16, 2018

American Crows Share The Platform Feeder In Ontario

These two American Crows don't seem to mind each other's company while foraging on the feeder platform in Manitouwadge, Ontario. It's not surprising considering crows are highly social birds that more often found in groups than alone. In fact, winter roosts of American Crows sometimes number in the hundreds of thousands!