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Continued: Bird nest cams put you in the catbird seat

  • Article by: VAL CUNNINGHAM , Contributing Writer
  • Last update: May 21, 2013 - 3:36 PM

St. Paul resident Val Cunningham, who leads bird hikes for the St. Paul Audubon Society and writes about nature for local, regional and national newspapers and magazines, can be reached at val​writes@comcast.net.

And, as the DNR’s Naumann says, “The cameras bring nature up close and personal to people, and we hope this inspires them to go outside and see for themselves.”

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  • Five curious young herons survey the world from their nest high in a tree, guarded by their attentive parents.

  • Nests cams

    Here are links to a number of nest cams:

    • www.dnr.state.mn.us/features/webcams/peregrine.html

    • http://cams.allaboutbirds.org

    • www.internationalowlcenter.org (click on Rusty and Iris link)

    • http://birdcam.xcelenergy.com/index.html

    There are many others around the country and around the world — just do an Internet search for “nest cams” to find more.

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