How To Make These Next Few Weeks A Little Easier, Courtesy Of Birds

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology has numerous resources to entertain and educate people of all ages while we are keeping our social distance. From live cams, to games to courses. So if you run out of closets to clean and cupboards to organize, click on the links below!

Here at Bird Cams, we recognize that the world is facing uncertain and challenging times ahead as we band together to control the spread of the novel coronavirus. We hope that during this time the birds can provide some respite to those in need of a peaceful moment and an outlet to reconnect with nature. For more ways to bring birds and nature into your home, check out these ideas from All About Birds

Live Cams: Bring The Birds To You

Stream one of our Bird Cams for peace, beauty, and intimacy with wild creatures. Many of our users keep a cam streaming all day long just for the calming outdoor sounds that filter in.

Bring nesting owlshawks, and Ospreys into your home

Or watch a rotating cast of birds at our feeder cams:

Ruffed Grouse and Evening Grosbeaks in snowy Ontario

Blue Jays and Northern Cardinals at our offices in Ithaca, New York

Tanagers and tiny toucans  (called aracaris) in tropical Panama

We wish you health, happiness, and safety! 

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Author: sibirders

SEABROOK ISLAND BIRDERS / “watching, learning, protecting” Seabrook Island Birders (SIB) are residents, renters and guests of Seabrook Island, SC who have an interest in learning, protecting and providing for the well-being of the incredible variety of birds that inhabit Seabrook Island throughout the year.

One thought on “How To Make These Next Few Weeks A Little Easier, Courtesy Of Birds”

  1. As to the recent blog on watching birding cams, you might also look at rfalconcam.com which is set up for a Peregrine Falcon nest on a tower in Downtown Rochester, NY. This breeding pair have been together a couple or more years and are currently sitting on eggs (even though it has snowed there in the last day or two).

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