Friday, May 07, 2004

Bird Blogging

MIT's Academic Media Production Services has set up the MIT Hawk Cam to monitor the progress of two nesting red-tailed hawks who made their home in a relatively well-trafficked part of campus. Now the nesting pair has two hatchlings, and the camera remains trained on the nest -- and the doings of the two chicks. The video is streaming live, not static images, refreshed, and it's quite a kick to watch the chicks move around. A friend even saw the mother bring back a mouse to feed the hatchlings. Bird watching, blogger style.

Thanks to Paul.

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