Wednesday, May 22, 2024

‘Live cameras capture birds in action’


Bird Protection Society Launches Annual “Experience Spring” Initiative

The Bird Protection Society has once again activated its webcams for bird lovers to monitor the nests of various bird species across the country. With 24 cameras spread throughout the nation, enthusiasts can visit the Bird Protection website at any time to observe tawny owls, barn owls, little owls, and even sea eagles. This initiative, known as Experience Spring, allows viewers to watch the birds until the last young ones fledge at the end of July.

According to the Bird Protection Society, the webcams are incredibly popular, attracting over a million bird enthusiasts each year. One of the highlights of the program are the owlets, with the current tawny owl under camera surveillance having laid two eggs and potentially expecting a third in the upcoming week.

To ensure the well-being of the birds, the Bird Protection Society keeps the nest locations confidential to prevent any disturbances. Bird lovers can enjoy watching the birds in their natural habitats without causing any harm.

Experience Spring offers a unique opportunity for individuals to connect with nature and witness the beauty of bird families thriving in their environments. It is a cherished annual tradition that brings joy to countless viewers each year.

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