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Old Friday 1st March 2013, 14:15   #1
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Cornell Webcam in Canada

If you haven't yet seen this you should. It can be viewed full screen and there's sound too.
http://cams.allaboutbirds.org/channe...ederWatch_Cam/

I've been glued to it for the last half hour. The most common visitora are Common Redpolls, but I've also seen male and female Pine Grosbeaks, Black-capped Chickadee, Red-breasted Nuthatch and Downy Woodpecker.
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I was watching that with such interest I almost missed a northern flicker on my own feeder!

(The nice variety of birds makes me a little more enthusiastic about the fact that I'll probably have to move to Ontario, at some point this year.)
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If you haven't yet seen this you should. It can be viewed full screen and there's sound too.
http://cams.allaboutbirds.org/channe...ederWatch_Cam/

I've been glued to it for the last half hour. The most common visitora are Common Redpolls, but I've also seen male and female Pine Grosbeaks, Black-capped Chickadee, Red-breasted Nuthatch and Downy Woodpecker.
It's ridiculously addictive. You can add to that list Hairy Woodpecker, Blue Jay and some absolutely stunning Hoary Redpolls too. I've also heard Raven and seen Homo sapiens once too.
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I'm currently watching a Ruffed Grouse!
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thats a very clear webcam,i have just caught the grouse,it jumped off the table and crashed down nearby
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very busy with redpolls at the moment, a larger pinkish bird landed similar to crossbills ill have to look trhis one up,a nuthatch has also just landed
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the above birds were m/f pine gosbeaks,blue jay also landed briefly
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