Learning the Hawk Talk

While watching the live camera feed and live chat on the same page, I’ve learned quite a bit about raising hawks. I now know what slicing is (shooting poop!) and what a casting is (see below).  These screenshots were taken today – May 15th. The baby hawks in the nest high above Cornell University in […]

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Trying To Keep The Birds Around, But…

Instead of birds flocking to my yard this Spring, I mostly have squirrels doing acrobatics on my feeders so they can chew up the seed. Without many plants and flowers in my new yard, I wanted to keep the bug-eating birds here by offering them seed, but the gray squirrels take over and help themselves. […]

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Baby Red-Tail Hawks Are Growing Their Feathers

Here is a view from the live camera pointed at a Red-tail hawks nest high above Cornell University which shows the height of the nest. View this video that was taken of the people who set up this camera! The camera operators occasionally zoom out and in to give the viewers a look at the […]

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Updated Photos Of The Hawk Nest at Cornell University

I’ve been checking in off and on at the livecam at Cornell University to watch the progress of the three little hawklets who were born about a week ago, or less.  These are my own screenshots that I took while watching. The bottom photo was just taken today. Mama and three baby hawks on May […]

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