We can all appreciate seeing such exciting birds as a Pine Grosbeak or a Red-legged Honeycreeper, although most of us will enjoy an occasional observation of these and similarly impressive birds on Cornell Lab’s live cams.
We all enjoy the birds that visit our feeders each day, but there are times when we yearn for some new birds. Here’s a great option: It’s fun to periodically check on other active feeders located in other areas, for example, a prime feeding station in upstate New York, backyard feeders in northern Ontario, and a rainforest feeding station in Panama. It’s like taking a virtual trip to another active feeding site with a different range of birds for you to observe and identify – especially in the case of the tropical feeder venue in Panama.
On each of the feeder links provided above, there are accompanying YouTube videos of recent highlights you probably missed. These videos come in handy when you visit the site at night or during another low activity period – and they are fun to keep up with throughout the year.
Enjoy the birds at your feeders this winter, but you will also enjoy checking in periodically to see what’s up at these interesting feeding stations in New York, northern Ontario, and Panama.