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Cornell Lab Pond Cam Aug 3
We are all very sad that the PondCam is in operable
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Cornell Lab Pond Cam Aug 3
Unfortunately no one can go inside the Lab due to pandemic, so repairing/replacing the PondCam will have to wait until reopening.
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Marge 😷 Jun 27
I am waiting for your return. see me photobomb this shot
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kittez Jun 21
View from the FeederWatchCam...family of Canada Geese drifting by the feeder in the morning sunlight....lovely! 6/21/20 07:34
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kittez Jun 8
Something we miss from the PondCam, but were lucky enough to see from the FeederCam...a large family of Canada Geese drifting by! 6/8/20 20:27
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chooz2cruz May 29
5-29-2020 Several Canada Geese Families swim behind the feeder cam at Sapsucker Woods Pond
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chooz2cruz May 19
5-19-2020 Early morning swim of 3-4 families of Canada Geese past the Feeders at Sapsucker Woods Pond
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Cornell Lab Pond Cam May 14
Replying to @philcolynn
You are not alone! We all are missing all of them!
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Cornell Lab Pond Cam May 13
Replying to @philcolynn
Pond Cam developed mechanical issues in March and cannot be remedied while the state is in lockdown, thus the videos streaming for entertainment, for the time being. We are hoping that we can be back up and running ASAP.
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Bird Cams May 12
Do you love Bird Cams? Help us win the “Public Choice” award at the 2020 STEM For All Video Showcase! Watch the video, and vote for it to help us make a push for the top spot!
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Cornell Lab Pond Cam May 11
5/10/2020 Courtesy of Ferris Akel, who tours Sapsucker Woods Pond most every weekend, in live stream. You should subscribe to his live stream, any bird lover will love it!
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Cornell Lab Pond Cam May 9
Thank goodness they are miles away from the Pond. I was sad to see the goslings on the menu! YIKES!
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Cornell Lab Pond Cam May 5
Check out our NSF-funded project Bird Cams Lab in the STEM For All video showcase! Help spread the word by voting for the video as the "public choice” from now until May 12, and browse videos to learn about all of the other great projects.
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Cornell Lab Pond Cam May 4
5/4/2020 While the PondCam is down enjoy some highlights from some of our other cams. Enjoy!
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kittez Apr 28
Canada Geese and their goslings swim past the feeder ♥ 4/28/20 19:52
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chooz2cruz Apr 24
4/24/2020 9:00 EDT A Common Loon swims behind the Feeder Garden
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Cornell Lab Pond Cam Apr 21
Replying to @MSzelmeczka
Thanks for sharing. We are missing our PondCam and views of the GBH.
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chooz2cruz Apr 16
4/16/2020 14:16 EDT Great Blue Heron gracefully flies across the Pond behind the Feeders, especially with the PondCam down..
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chooz2cruz Apr 5
4/5/2020 17:08 EDT Great Blue Heron flies behind the Feeders at Sapsucker. Glad to see him/her with the PondCam out of commission
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Cornell Lab Pond Cam Mar 30
The appears to be suffering from a mechanical failure and will be offline till we can get it fixed/replaced. We’re looking into options but the current work situation complicates it. Stay tuned and we’ll share news when we have more. Thanks for watching!
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