Category Archives: nest activity

Robin’s Nest

Robin pair keeping a close watch on their nestlings as I get closer to them. They seem less disturbed by my presence. There seems to be three chicks in the nest. Hoping tree removal and pruning next week will take … Continue reading

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Oh no, more birds!

A Brown Thrasher made an appearance at the feeders yesterday. I am always happy to see new or infrequent visitors. The Black-capped Chickdees are still busy nesting in the camper on our front porch. They seem less bothered by our … Continue reading

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Retro Camper Birdhouse

Our front porch offers small birds six nesting options. In Springs past the Black-capped Chickadees have made use of the birdhouses provided.  Carolina Wrens have also used the hanging planters to raise their chicks. This year, the Chickadees have returned … Continue reading

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Birds of a Feather: Mixed Media Avian Art

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A two person art show will be featured  November 5-30, 2014 at Found In Ithaca. Longtime friends Loretta and Jane will join forces to exhibit recent mixed media pieces featuring bird images.  In some cases well known adages have been … Continue reading

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Highlights from the Cornell Red-tailed Hawks Nest 2014

As posted on Facebook by Bird Cams: Are you missing the #CornellHawks? Don’t worry you can relive the highlights from 2014 here: http://youtu.be/PWW22EmyQos (Warning: Music plays). Slowly, but surely, E3 is getting better every day. Everyone is working hard to … Continue reading

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Big Red and the Kids

Posting screen shots of the Red-tailed Hawk nest in Ithaca, NY, on a weekly basis, rather than everyday as in the past.  The chicks are growing fast and always seem to be eating.  I guess both activities go hand in … Continue reading

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2014 Red-tailed Hawk Nest

This would mark the third Spring I have followed the nesting activities of the Red-tailed Hawks on the campus of Cornell University via the live streaming web cam. Once again Big Red and Ezra are tending to three nestlings.  Windy … Continue reading

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