Live video feeds of birds, most often nesting raptors and owls, are entertaining now, too. No nesting, but the Cornell Lab of Ornithology feeder cam provides lots of action. The feeder overlooks a lovely lake, so the picture is pleasant birds or not. At about 9:15 Friday morning three Blue Jays and a Tufted Titmouse were feeding there. I've watched American Goldfinches, Black-capped Chickadees, White-breasted Nuthatches, and Downy and Hairy woodpeckers. There is a tray feeder, a tube feeder, and a cage-like feeder holding a "block" of seeds. The tray offers sunflower chips and safflower seeds. The tube hold sunflower chips. There is a suet feeder behind the tray. The block is a conglomeration, popular with the jays, which take seeds and leave, probably to chache them.. The URL is

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Below is the Cornell feeder at about 9:30 our time Friday morning

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