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Birds of New York State  

Have bird questions? Start here! This information focuses on the Albany and Southern Adirondack areas of New York State.
Last Updated: Jun 18, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Birdcams: Live!

Cornell University in Ithaca, NY and other organizations offer webcams of birds on their nests. You can also Google terms like "osprey cam," "peregrine cam" or "owl cam."

  • FeederWatch Cams
    From Cornell Lab of Ornithology, cameras are set up at feeders at Cornell Lab in Ithaca, NY and in Ontario, Canada.
  • Red-tailed Hawk Nest Cam from Cornell
    Big Red and Ezra are back! Three offspring fledged in mid-June 2014.
  • Puffin Loafing Ledge
    Views of Maine’s largest colony of puffins, at the Seal Island National Wildlife Refuge. Thei birds are most active during their summer breeding season, but the roar of the Atlantic Ocean is year-round.
  • More Nest Cams from Beakspeak
    A collection of links to dozens more bird nest cams, with birds sitting on eggs or feeding chicks. Some have advertising.

Bird Checklists

A checklist of bird species for an area is helpful to record what you've seen. Here are a couple of sites to know about:

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