Monday, November 5, 2018

Mississippi Flyway Cam

Environmental & Science Education
STEM
Biodiversity
Nature
Edward Hessler

In mid-September, a new bird camera was established on an island in the Upper Mississippi National Fish and Wildlife Refuge on Lake Onalaska.

The Mississippi River Flyway Cam lets us take a peek at migrating birds and river wildlife. Some examples are bald eagles, sandhill cranes, cormorants, pelicans and many species of ducks, gulls, and other waterfowl.

One of the rewards of checking it out from time-to-time is to listen in on the conversation.

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