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    Default Live Barn Owl Web Cam

    Hayward Area Recreation and Park District
    This is WAY off topic, but could be entertaining. I have the link on my desktop so I can check in on the mother owl whenever I think of it. Sometimes there's not much going on, other times she's preening herself, turning her 6 eggs, or rearranging herself on top of them. If we are lucky, we'll see some chicks hatching, which is supposed to happen soon, or maybe see the father owl swooping in with treats for his mate. This takes place in Hayward, CA, but the info says there are barn owls all over the world.
    Anne, dx'ed April 2011

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    This is neat. Thanks Anne.
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    I like these internet cameras to watch the falcons and eagles around here. We have one birdhouse on other end of our facility with a camera to watch whatever birds nest in there. I hope it gets occupied. Mayo Clinic (MN) has camera set up to watch falcons that nest on their buildings.

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    I like this, Anne--thanks! Too bad there's no audio....

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    Anne that is really neat...I added it to my favorites,I can't wait for them to hatch now.

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    I notice the light gets worse toward the end of the day and the picture isn't as good, the color fades out. So best time to watch is probably by 4:00 or so PDT, or 7:00 EDT.
    Last edited by annekat; 03-28-2012 at 12:49 PM.
    Anne, dx'ed April 2011

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    Cool! Thanks for posting it, Anne. I'm pretty disconnected from nature where I live, so this is a treat.

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    I just saw Papa owl in there with Mama! Hope to see something more in the morning, maybe a new owlet.
    Anne, dx'ed April 2011

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    I saw him too, Anne! This is going to be fun....

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    Default oner hatched, moving 10:15 PM PDT

    it's alive, it's alive

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