Five red-tailed hawks in Wisconsin have been watched with interest by people all over the world. Two parents and three chicks are living in a nest on a ledge at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The school set up a webcam last month, thinking people might enjoy watching the chicks develop. However, bird enthusiasts started sharing the link and now thousands of views of logging in each day from all over the world. The webcam provides a close-up view of the nest and the chicks. One or both of the parents are often in the picture. Viewers can sometimes see the parents bringing mice, rabbits or squirrels for the chicks’ meals. School officials says due to the popularity of the Hawk's Nest video, it got moved over to USTREAM.TV.
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