Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Hawk Cam



Got sucked into the Cornell Red-tailed hawk live cam this morning. I need to work. I need to step away from the computer screen.






But, but, but.......


It is simply incredible to watch the hawk brooding her young and incubating her still-hatching eggs...even when she is just sitting there with the wing tugging at her wing and tail feathers and rustling the greenery in her nest.




Check it out! for yourself

2 comments:

Cathy said...

Whose delightful egg in our pix?

And I soooo understand your addiction to the hawk webcam. Just in the last couple days a friend sent me to this cam.

Beware. After the ad (which you can skip after a few seconds) you'll not believe the way they pan off and on the eagle's nest - toward a pasture of horses, a creek below the 1400 lb. nest . . . it's just unbelievable.
http://www.ustream.tv/decoraheagles

threecollie said...

Cathy, alas I don't know my eggs, but it was out there in the grass looking all fragile and blue so I took its picture. Will take a look at the cam today. thanks!