A lot of variety here, including this Swallow-tailed I saw today. www.wildlifefocus.org/webcam/brazil-cam.shtml
Hummingbird Cam in Brazil
Oh my, what beautiful hummers!! Thanks for sharing this one with us!!
Yes they are. I love all the different types you see on these live cams.
From the first link there was a bird in the bush behind the feeder that looked like some type of Warbler.
Seen a Warbler in the first cam, and the Ecuador cam there must have been 20 or more hummer's on the feeder.
I always liked the Ecuador cam, but it seemed to be off the air as much as on. I loved when they added sound to this one.
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Oh darn, the Eucador cam isn't working right now.
The Brazil one had some real pretty regular bird at the hummer feeder.
Darn, I forgot to look at all the cams today. Probably distracted by the sun. :-)
They now have two feeders out. The second one may be for Butterflies.
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I thought it was just a humzinger with the to removed and some plastic flowers thrown in. lol.
Amazing the number and variety I just saw at the Buenaventura site. They get Hummers like we get Grackles.
Yes, I noticed it earlier. I wish that cam was more dependable. The number of Hummingbirds is just amazing.
They just have the first cam on both sites now. That bird (not a hummer) that is grey all over the back with the yellow breast and belly and the long bright white eyebrows is there a lot.
The feeder is STILL empty. Nothing like having a camera up to watch Hummingbirds and leaving the feeder empty.
Just saw the second one with lots of hummers on it.
Here is a Live Eagle Cam from central NJ- http://www.dukefarms.org/Education/Research/Duke-Farms-Eagle-Cam/
Lots of hummers and that one bird that is always at the feeder in the first link.
Eagles looks to be doing well too!
It's really nice to see this post here!
My name is Luciano Breves and i run the cams in Brazil. In partnership with Wildlife Focus website (World Land Trust) we have two cams in Brazil and one in Ecuador as part of the project "Cam in the Forest". http://www.wildlifefocus.org/webcam/index.shtml
I'm on live chat there every Tuesday.
Or on my own website almost everyday. http://www.ornithos.net.br (4 cams working but site not ready) and http://ornithos.tumblr.com (alternative site in english).
Buenaventura and Ornithos cams on both sites.
I will be happy to help with any question about the live cams. ie - bird species, locations... and why sometimes they are off! :¬)
All the best to all!
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I'm very jealous that you get to see all these hummingbirds. Thanks for the links!
Hi Luciano and Welcome!
Thanks so much for the information and links!
Thanks for joining in, Luciano. You live in terrific place for birdwatching. Thanks also for adding the new websites. I had previously added the website with 3 cams on another thread a month or so ago. It's great having them all together.
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Hello Mrs. Ed, pelletory and gardenpom!
Thank you for the welcome messages. We will keep working to bring new cams and more wildlife.
I'm planning a mobile day in a few weeks. We are going to a urban park (Barigui Park) in Curitiba City, Parana State in South Brazil.
The park has a big pound and we will be able to show lots of water birds and capybaras. We also will try to show the Red-breasted Toucan.
As soon as I have the date i will leave a message here.
Have a great day everyone!
All three webcams were up and functioning this morning. The Hummingbird cam had been off for quite a while.
Three cameras with some new views, all working well this morning.