Nature Notes: April 10, 2020
I am so excited to be able to meet with you "virtually" and explore nature together. I've set up this blog post to share with you some of the videos, photos, and other resources with you so you can return to them if you'd like. If you like my photography, you can also check it out at www.seankent.smugmug.com.
Here are some resources and photographs from my virtual talk on Friday, April 10 for Orchard Cove.
This is a video of a Blue-gray Gnatcatcher nesting. It is from the Cornell Ornithological Lab.
Each day, I've been making an extra effort to go exploring nature with my daughters. I was excited to start hearing Chipping Sparrows singing. They've returned from their migration from the Southern United States, Mexico, and northern Central America. You should be able to hear a Chipping Sparrow at Orchard Cove from now until the summer or early fall.
Chipping Sparrow Video from the Macaulay Library at Cornell
This is a video of a robin building a nest from the Cornell Ornithological Lab.
This is a video of a Song Sparrow singing, you should be able to hear this bird at Orchard Cove.
Cornell Live Bird Web Cameras:
Barred Owl Web Camera from Cornell - Eggs hatching around April 10-11
Cornell Bird Feeder Camera
Sean Kent is a field biologist, photographer, science educator, and naturalist. He lives in Eastern Massachusetts with an amazing wife and three incredible daughters.