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Stick around long enough, you might see someone take off their shoes.You'll definitely hear a cabbie getting cross about this crosswalk. The little tram that could It seems a bit odd, and maybe it is, but this live cam mounted on the back of a tram in Prague is must-watch stuff.
Just this afternoon I had a look at the cams and saw a Peregrine Falcon snoozing outside the nest box, and both White Storks asleep on the nest. None of this picture-refreshes-every-10-seconds nonsense.
Mistle Thrush, Redwing, Blackbird, Starling, Song Thrush, Fieldfare, Swift, Chaffinch, Rose-ringed Parakeet, Woodcock, Snipe, Golden Plover, Common Kestrel, Common Moorhen, Common Cuckoo, Common Quail, Jack Snipe, Feral Pigeon, European Turtle Dove, Northern Lapwing, Red Knot, Common Redshank, Eurasian Collared Dove If you want to learn more about the peregrine falcons in Europe, take a look at the following websites.
be Website of the Ornithological Commission of Watermaal-Bosvoorde (OCWB) about the second couple of Peregrine falcons that nests in Brussels.
For the 2011 season the site will have live streaming cams on the following Dutch nesting bird species: Little Owl (Steenuil) Eurasian Eagle-owl (Oehoe) White Stork (Ooievaar) Barn Swallow (Boerenzwaluw) Eurasian Nuthatch (Boomklever) Common Kingfisher (IJsvogel) Purple Heron (Purperreiger) Peregrine Falcon (Slechtvalk) The kingfisher, heron and falcons are new for this year, although Common Kingfishers and Peregrine Falcons have been featured on the site before. You don’t have to be fluent in Dutch to click through the clips to see amazing captures from the cams. If you can read Dutch, the written regular updates by species-specific experts are great at explaining what is going on at each nest site.
Remember the time difference (the Netherlands is GMT 1) when you have a look at the cams. If you have the chance, visit the Beleef de Lente site and visit some European nesting birds!