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Watching young life

Cath111CCath111 Posts: 3,702
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:43 AM in Lighten and Brighten
Here's a website where a webcam is set up atop a building in the city of San Jose at the Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group. The webcam features Clara and Estebon Colbert, two falcons who's eggs have just hatched. Right now, I'm watching either mom or dad feed the chicks.

You can check this site out regularly and over the coming weeks, watch these beautiful babies grow up and leave the nest. My hubby and I watched the eggs hatching one night last week and were riveted to see such an exciting event up close.

Hope you check in often and enjoy!



  • There are a few camera angles they use, so if what you see seems far away, just wait a few minutes and another camera will focus in on the action.

    This is incredible.

  • Cath,

    Great post. Thanks :) A few years ago, I watched an Eagle cam. It was so wonderful to see little eagles hatch and grow and then fly away. I felt a bond to those little suckers.

    Thanks Again,

    P.S. the cam is close up right now and the little babies look like snow balls. So Cute!!!
  • Very cool! I'm going to enjoy this and send it to my dad too. He survived his fusion and is doing quite well but this will help him though some of those long boring days right after surgery!

    Have a good week end!
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