Operation Chough Nest Webcam 2013
Choughs Breeding at Paradise Park, Hayle, Cornwall
The video stream will occasionally show adverts - Usually just after starting
This means we don't have to pay for the service and can spend our money on chough conservation.
These images are from our seclusion aviaries, where we are continuing to build up our flock of choughs. This year we hope to have six pairs of nesting choughs. The birds will be put into their breeding aviaries before the end of March.
Over the next three months we hope to bring you images of choughs nests - from the first few twigs being placed in the nestboxes, to the final fledging of the chough chicks.
The nest cameras have a small set of lights placed inside the nestbox to illuminate activity during the day. At night, they switch to infra-red, and the birds can often be seen roosting, especially when the female is incubating.
Webcam images from 2012
The cameras may shut down at night.
Many thanks to Mike & all at Handykam for cameras, software and technical support.