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Nest Box Cam 2002
The Nest Box Cams use real-time Internet technology to observe and interpret the nesting behaviors of cavity-nesting birds and promote understanding of their breeding biology.

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South Carolina
Carolina Chickadee
(Poecile carolinensis)

On March 23, our cameras recorded the first official songbird nesting attempt of the 2002 season! The female laid a fifth egg on March 25th!
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Florida 
Barn Owl Cam (Tyto alba)

We are live again and have three chicks in our original nest box. We estimate they are within three and four weeks old. 

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2001 SPRING and FALL NESTING SEASON:

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Maryland
Eastern Bluebird Cam

(Sialia sialis)

Success! The five young birds fledged from the nest on July 2nd and 3rdójust in time for Independence Day!

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Hawk Mountain
American Kestrel
Cam
(Falco sparverius)

Our first attempt at a kestrel cam was highly successful and we look forward to watching these beautiful falcons again next year. See you then!

View American Kestrel archives

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