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BermudaCahowCam Nov 20
Replying to @cd3k_
it’s live now, thanks!
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Richard W | 📸💻🎥💜 Nov 14
Bird Cam Update: Anyone need a quiet beach moment? the Cahow - Ocean View live feed from is fabulous.
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 13
17:56 11/13 At night you can watch Cahows flying by as they come ashore to visit their burrows. Adults come to nest burrows only under the cover of darkness.
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 12
18:40 11/12 Moon over Nonsuch
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 12
While the Cahows are out a land crab comes in, looks around and departs with a blade of straw.
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chooz2cruz Nov 12
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 12
The cahows in our burrows are out somewhere nearby in the surrounding Atlantic, but yesterday saw an epic yawn in burrow 1! Maybe we’ll see them return tonight for more burrow-bound courtship. Let us know what you see...
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Kim Nov 11
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Kerry Lapwing Nov 10
9:09, 11/10 A Great Kiskadee (I believe) landed near the burrow
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 10
Replying to @kerry_lapwing
I think you are right. :)
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 9
Replying to @VRValicento
Valerie, remember it is pitch dark in the burrow...we can only see them thanks to the infrared filter.
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 9
Replying to @VRValicento
Valerie, what you witnessed was allopreening (mutual preening) which often precedes copulation...along with the squeals.
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 8
6:26 11/8 Cahow couples in both burrows this morning.
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 7
11/7, 11:28 -- The pair is enjoying a happy and vocal reunion in burrow 1; much allopreening, circling, etc.
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 7
Replying to @catsrustoo
Yes, that pair spent quite a bit of time together in October, and the mate has gone back out to sea until it's time to return in December to mate.
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 7
Replying to @girlillaowl @tyratree
This is their initial reunion after a long time at sea. They will return to the sea again in a while, and then when they return in January, they will begin their egg-making duties in earnest.
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 6
12:48 - The gang's all here. Both male and female, and the resident spider.
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 5
00:01 11/5 Together again. The second Cahow has returned to burrow 2. Let the courting begin.
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 5
The cahows don’t make too much noise unless they’re vocalizing. The mic is more insulated in burrow 2 than burrow 1 & doesn’t catch as much of the rustling when they move, so all you hear is the sound of (more-or-less) nothing unless they’re being loud.
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BermudaCahowCam Nov 5
Replying to @wrenwhitefoot
thanks for letting us know—just spun up a couple events for our mobile viewers—you can watch burrow 2 at and the live ocean view at
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