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About the Site
This FeederWatch cam, located in the Treman Bird Feeding Garden at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, is dedicated to Joseph H. Williams, a lifetime friend of the Cornell Lab and Administrative Board member from 1990 to 2018. Perched on the edge of both Sapsucker Woods and its 10-acre pond, these feeders attract both forest species like chickadees and woodpeckers as well as some species that prefer open environments near water like Red-winged Blackbirds. The cam hardware includes an Axis P1448-LE camera with an an ETS ML1-WPW microphone.
About the Hosts
The Wild Birds Unlimited store at Sapsucker Woods has been a part of the visitor experience in the Cornell Lab’s Visitor Center ever since the new building opened in 2003. They are the preferred vendor of official Cornell Lab merchandise and offer a dizzying number of feeders, binoculars, and birdwatching-related gear and gifts to make any bird enthusiast happy. WBU has also pledged support for many of the Cornell Lab’s local efforts, including providing the bird feeders and food for this FeederWatch Cam.
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Species Info: American Goldfinch by Adam Jackson /Macaulay Library; Red-winged Blackbird by Phil Kahler/Macaulay Library; Black-capped Chickadee by Scott Martin/Macaulay Library; Tufted Titmouse by Ben McGann/Macaulay Library; White-breasted Nuthatch by Ryan Schain/Macaulay Library; Mourning Dove by Ryan Schain/Macaulay Library; Hairy Woodpecker by Nate Brown/Macaulay Library; Downy Woodpecker by Evan Lipton/Macaulay Library; Blue Jay by bellemare celine/Macaulay Library; House Finch by Suzanne Labbé /Macaulay Library; Common Grackle by T I/Macaulay Library; Northern Cardinal by Alix d’Entremont/Macaulay Library; European Starling by Dan Vickers/Macaulay Library; Red-winged Blackbird by Phil Kahler/Macaulay Library; Pileated Woodpecker by David Turgeon/Macaulay Library; Red-bellied Woodpecker by Carl Geometti/Macaulay Library; Yellow-bellied Sapsucker by Margaret Dunson/Macaulay Library; Rose-breasted Grosbeak by Deborah Bifulco/Macaulay Library; Ruby-throated Hummingbird by Ian Davies/Macaulay Library; Red-breasted Nuthatch by Scott Martin/Macaulay Library; White-crowned Sparrow by Bruce Gates/Macaulay Library; White-throated Sparrow by Keenan Yakola/Macaulay Library; Song Sparrow by Ryan Schain/Macaulay Library; American Tree Sparrow by Paul Tavares/Macaulay Library; Gray Catbird by Bryan Calk/Macaulay Library; Chipping Sparrow by Evan Lipton/Macaulay Library; American Robin by Ashley Bradford/Macaulay Library; Baltimore Oriole by Jack & Holly Bartholmai/Macaulay Library; Brown-headed Cowbird by Brian Sullivan/Macaulay Library; Brown Thrasher by Nathan Dubrow/Macaulay Library; Carolina Wren by Evan LiptonMacaulay Library; Indigo Bunting by Daniel Irons/Macaulay Library; Cooper’s Hawk by Evan Lipton/Macaulay Library; Sharp-shinned Hawk by Deborah Bifulco/Macaulay Library; Great Blue Heron by Janis Stone/Macaulay Library; Canada Goose by Max McCarthay/Macaulay Library; American Black Duck by Evan Lipton/Macaulay Library; Mallard by Liron Gertsman/Macaulay Library; Hooded Merganser by Ryan Schain/Macaulay Library; Common Loon by Cliff Peterson/Macaulay Library
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