Adult cam in nature web
The bands numbers on the adult birds legs have identified the female at this box as “Arcadia”, she is a 2013 fledge from the St. The male is “Tom” – a 2015 fledge from MSP Airport.
Make the video full screen by pressing the double arrow in the lower right.Click The Photo to learn more about our Conservation Programmes The Trust operates a number of reserves including Sculthorpe Moor Community Nature Reserve, Fylingdales Moor Conservation Area on the North York Moors & Shapwick Nature Reserve on the Somerset Levels. Find out more about our vital work | Click Click Photo One of the Hawk and Owl Trust’s key tasks is to increase knowledge and understanding of the magnificent birds of prey and the impact humans have on the environment we share with them.Connect with us »View the Falcon Cam May 18th Update This year’s first egg was laid on April 9.Note: This is live video of wild birds in the natural process of raising their young.Life and death struggles occur all the time in the natural world.
Despite missing two toes on each foot (probably due to frostbite), and being 17 years old, Sota had been able to provide enough food for himself, all of his offspring and his mate during incubation and early brooding of chicks. Jill has returned and has a new mate and they have begun laying eggs.