Birds are nesting somewhere every day. During North American winters, nesting is taking place in the Austral summer and for some unusual birds in North American, right now. Here are a couple of active nestcams to enjoy – and if you live in North America, both nestcams are best watched at night!
- Laysan Albatross: New Zealand. A pair who had nested here in 2018/2019 is back and has laid one egg November 7 which is due to hatch very soon! Learn more about the devoted parents – LGL and LGK.
- Bermuda Petrels on Nonsuch Island have an egg laid January 9. The burrow’s comfy nest is all ready for tiny occupants!
- The Panama Fruit Feeders at Canopy Lodge won’t actually show you a nest, but it’s such a cool camera we love including it here!
Laysan Albatross image courtesy of Cornell Lab of Ornithology and New Zealand Dept of Conservation