If you’re lucky enough to get a close up view of a hawk hunting in the autumn, it can be pretty exciting. But how about watching a hawk incubate her nest in the spring? YOU are going to find this fascinating.
Go to this site during daylight hours. The nest cam is on 24/7, but you won’t see much at night. During the day, you’ll see a lovely Red-tailed Hawk on her nest which was built high on a pole above athletic fields on the campus of Cornell University.
Incubating is a very different hawkish activity from hunting, wouldn’t you agree? Which hawk activity do you find more fascinating to watch?