April 30th, 2022
10:30 am- 11:30 am
Live video stream of birds feeding outside of Cornell's Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY
Blue Jay! Northern Cardinal! Yellow-bellied Sapsucker! Great Tit! Bullfinch! Blackbird! Great Tit! African Grey Hornbill! Grey Go-away-bird! Ring-necked Dove! Cape Sparrow! The list goes on.....
Join club members and club organizers on Zoom as we visit bird cameras from all over the world to chat about what we're seeing. Guaranteed that you will witness something new whether it is a new bird behavior or a new species!
Breeding season is an exciting time to watch birds, and cameras allow us to admire animal behaviors that are often missed during a bird walk like, egg hatching, prey deliveries, and predation. Checking in on nest cameras often also give us the AWESOME opportunity to watch chicks develop and grow.
We will also check in on cameras at bird feeders to see how migrant species are moving across the world. Bird feeders provide birds with important nutrients and us humans with amazing close-up views of birds.
Grab your breakfast and hop onto Zoom to hang out with club members and club organizers. This is a free event, but registration is required. Zoom information provided upon registration.