CJ Wildlife’s live nesting webcams are back offering the perfect opportunity to connect with nature as we welcome the arrival of spring.
Take a front-row seat and watch as some of our native birds build nests, lay eggs and prepare to raise their young.
Viewers can choose from a number of live-action cameras for an ‘eagle eye’ view of the nests as several different bird species get ready for a very busy time of year.
From Little Owls, Tawny Owls and Barn Owls to Storks and Peregrine Falcons, witness the marvel of chicks hatching from eggs and frequent feeding routines without disturbing the nest. You can even watch the daily habits of a pair of White-tailed Eagles – the UK’s largest bird of prey!
The live nesting webcams are available to watch 24 hours a day, so whether it’s a Little Owl’s lunchtime feast, a nest of Blackbird chicks waiting to be fed or adorable preening and juvenile tantrums, you’ll always find something going on.
Each webcam page also offers video highlights from throughout the breeding season, so even if you miss the action live, you can go back and observe the various stages of nest-building and raising of young.
To watch the CJ Wildlife live nesting webcams visit: www.birdfood.co.uk/webcams
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CJ Wildlife – Edessa Multi-Feeder
This metal Edessa multi-feeder is divided into two parts making it suitable for feeding seed mixes and peanuts simultaneously. The perching ring allows birds to feed in a natural position while giving them a clear view of the surrounding area to watch out for predators.
CJ Wildlife – Yellowstone Feeder
If you looking for a wall feeder where you can hang multiple treats for birds, the Yellowstone is the perfect feeder for you. Under the roof is a feeding table where you can offer energy-rich seed mixes. At the bottom of the feeding table, there are 2 hooks, which you can hang a feeder, a coconut, a peanut cake or another treat for your birds.
CJ Wildlife – Lucerne Next Box
The Lucerne has a nice, modern look with its sleek design and attractive dark green roof contrasting with a white nest box body. The 28mm entrance hole is particularly suitable for Blue Tits and Coal Tits. Give these birds their own spot in your garden and enjoy watching the activity and song as they establish a territory.
CJ Wildlife – Build Your Own Nest Box
There is a shortage of natural nesting sites, which is thought to be one of the major factors behind the decline of some of our once most-common birds. By putting up nest boxes, such as this, which replicates a bird's natural nesting preference, you can encourage them to breed near your home.