The Daily Telegraph - Saturday

THREE BIRD CAMS

To tune into

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Robert E Fuller: Fuller’s two live streams are available on YouTube and Facebook. One focuses on weasels and stoats, but the most popular monitors owls and other birds of prey, with nest cams on kestrels and peregrines, too. Three staff members monitor 30 cameras, providing live footage that can be viewed 24 hours a day. youtube.com/user/ fuller527

Cornell Lab Bird Cams: Run by the prestigiou­s Ivy League university, Cornell Lab has several bird cams around the world, including an osprey nest in Minnesota and albatrosse­s in New Zealand. Luke Phillips is a fan, and particular­ly enjoys seeing red cardinals, a vibrant starling-sized bird found in North America. A fruit feeder camera in Panama shows exotic species such as tanagers, streaked saltator and black-chester jays. allaboutbi­rds.org /cams •

Arne Nature Reserve: Run by the RSPB, these cameras overlook the picturesqu­e inlets near Poole Harbour. In winter, viewers might spot avocets, which adorn the RSPB’s logo, curlews, redshanks and oystercatc­hers. Between April and September, you may catch a glimpse of ospreys fishing in the channel at high tide. rspb.org.uk/reserves-andevents/reserves-a-z/arne/ arne-live-web-cams

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