This is Phoebe, a non-migratory Channel Islands Allen's Hummingbird living in Southern California where she is raising two newly hatched baby hummingbirds named Hope and Hoku. I love hummingbirds!
I'm a blog follower of TexasEagle Talks and today I ran across her post about this Live Hummingbird Nest Cam. Visit the Phoebe Allens Web Cam to see Phoebe and her two nestlings!
As soon as I laid eyes on them I instantly fell in love with Phoebe and her two new hatchlings. She's built her nest in a rose bush. The nest is made out of feathers, spiderwebs, plant fibers and lichen. When she laid her eggs the owner the of webcam, Joe, said they were about the size of a tic tac mint! His website, phoebeallens.com, has the live streaming webcam as well as facts, a chat room, and other information about how it all began when a little hummingbird kept coming back each Spring to their rosebush to make a nest.
Hope hatched on Mother's Day and Hoku just a day later. To tell the babes apart, Hope has a blue tint to her body and is a little bigger than Hoku, who is brown in color.
In addition to the Live Hummingbird Cam, I love to look in on the Sydney, BC Eagle Cam which has a nest with one baby eagle named Solo being reared by his parents.
Live Wildlife Web Cameras including channels dedicated to falcons, loons, eagles, robins and a house wren can also be found at WildEarth.TV.
Do you have any favorite live wildlife cams? If so, leave a comment and please share them with me.