We have been watching the Eagles at a fish hatchery in Decorah, Iowa. Two little chicks have hatched in the past 2 days. Millions of people are watching around the world thanks to  The Raptor Resource Project.   Now there is a Blue Heron cam that is capturing people's attention at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in Ithaca, New York.  We have it for you too!


This Great Blue Heron nest is in a large, dead white oak in the middle of Sapsucker Woods pond, right outside the Cornell Lab's Johnson Center for Birds and Biodiversity. Herons have nested there  since summer 2009, hatching and four young each year and raising them on a steady diet of fish and frogs. Thanks to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology for the live stream.



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