Madison: Red Tailed Hawks On Web Cam

Web cam makes Wisconsin hawk family worldwide sensation
Posted on: 1:16 pm, April 27, 2012, by Cary Docter, updated on: 01:18pm, April 27, 2012

MADISON (AP) — Five red-tailed hawks in Wisconsin have become worldwide reality stars. Two parents and three chicks live in a nest on a ledge at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
School officials set up a webcam last month, thinking the local community might enjoy watching the chicks develop. However, bird enthusiasts began sharing the web link, and now thousands of viewers are logging on every day from across the U.S., Europe and
Asia.

Read more at Fox 6

Web cam link here.

A red-tail hawk (Buteo jamaicensis), taken in ...
A red-tail hawk (Buteo jamaicensis), taken in Urbana, IL (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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