A Denver Owl
We’d like to keep her precise location discreet.
Our Owl Cam has finished
Contact us if you would like to get periodic updates on the three owlies, who still reside in the Denver area.
About this Project
About a month ago I walked onto a friend’s balcony and was more than a little startled by the sudden departure of a rather large bird. I had seen a depression in their planting box, but assumed it was human activity. About 3 days later eggs started showing up…
We are in the metro-Denver area. To protect her new family, we’d rather not say where. We now stay completely off her balcony and were careful to introduce the camera equipment slowly. She lingered to give me a long stare through the window one night before leaving, but now trusts me to watch her eggs when she goes off to hunt.
I am on sabbatical from teaching overseas, and looking for tech projects that help bring a little balance to an unbalanced world. My main focus has been green Internet solutions, but if this live feed can bring a little covid relief, I’m happy for that!
Can I use this for my class?
Absolutely. Until I get to certain subscribe thresholds, you won’t be able to embed this video, but you’re welcome to use it for any non-commercial purpose. You can link to this page or use this link to go directly to the live feed: https://redtinfilm.com/denver-owl/live
Hoo Hoo Hoo?
What equipment are you using?
Stills from Our Awesome Viewers
Thank you Maria and Brenda!
Kiddies Under Foot
Hubby Brings Dinner
Thank you, Maria!
Lady Bird Flight
Support this Effort
And huge thanks to those who have! I’m humbled. 🙂
I would have done this regardless, but it wouldn’t hurt to get a little love too. I’m about $2k underwater on this project and wouldn’t refuse small donations. Also feel free to contact me if you’d like to host this equipment after our owlets have flown the coop.