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Thread subject: Bird cams
Name Date Message
Pam 11/22/05 04:58 pm It is so quiet on the net everywhere today, hardly anything happening so have been running through the list on the View Nesting Birds website. I came across this one which I used to watch - then it went offline - now it is back with a new birdhouse:
http://www.elkstreet.com/
You can run a 30sec. refreshing floating window which you can keep in your taskbar while doing other things and keep looking at occasionally. It is from Estes Park, Colorado, and I have seen lots of interesting birds there previously so am looking forward to seeing more - jays, magpies, crows, woodpeckers, all sorts of small birds and also squirrels. Worth a look!
Anne 11/22/05 06:01 pm Thanks for that Pam. I do hope Santa brings me that Sibley Guide I asked for! Although would I need the western version for Colorado?
Pam 11/22/05 06:24 pm At this rate, you won't need it Anne, have hardly seen a bird since I posted the link LOL ... but you DO see them - honestly !
DaveS 11/22/05 07:24 pm Anne, the Western version of Sibley's guide is appropriate for Colorado. He has an Eastern, Western and a guide to North America. The North American guide is larger (heavier) but has more plates of different stages and phases of plumage. I have the Eastern edition and the North American (it's the original print and thus out of date). The Eastern is my field guide and I carry the larger edition in the car for further reference. I have other (Peterson̢۪s, National Geographic, etc.) that I use as further sources, but Sibley̢۪s is my carry everywhere I go book. Hope this helps!
Tim P 11/22/05 10:32 pm Check out the sibley web site for corrections to some errors in the book.
Anne 11/23/05 05:14 am Thanks guys - very helpful.

I did see a bird at the feeder - some sort of finch species.

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