Webcam at the bird feeder in Makov Center

Rating: 4.9/5 (votes: 18)

Webcam at the bird feeder in Makov Center

Live webcam is installed near the bird feeder in the Makov Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. The camera in real time shows various birds arriving to peck food in the feeder. Here you can see different birds: sparrows, titmouses, jays, woodpeckers, goldfinches and others. Please write in comments to this live webcam which birds you saw in the feeder.

Broadcast from the web camera at the feeder is carried out in high definition HD mode and does not interrupt for the night. The viewing is available on all types of devices.
Geography: Nova Ves. Time zone: GMT+02:00
Broadcast quality: video, 1080p, 🔊 with sound. Status: webcam is online (checked yesterday).
Category: birds.

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Please put the basket of seeds back so we can see the little birds.
Anne, Kirkwall // 2022-12-05
Why aren't the birds being fed any more?
Anne, Kirkwall // 2022-12-04
So happy to see this webcam back ready for winter. Thank you so much.
Anne, Kirkwall // 2022-09-30
Please bring back the white storks. I've been watching since nesting, mating, egg hatching. I love watching them. The black storks are beautiful too, but I like my other storks more. Thank you.
Trish, Davenport // 2022-05-18
Is the stork on an egg?
Ray, Montana // 2022-04-17
Good morning from Orkney, Scotland
Anne, Kirkwall // 2022-02-10
Good morning from Orkney, Scotland. I love this webcam.
Anne, Kirkwall // 2022-01-12
What happened to two of the chicks? I hope they are being cared for.
Bruce Kovac, Canandaigua, New York USA // 2021-06-02
Tree sparrows, collared dove, middle-spotted and great-spotted woodpeckers, marsh, great, blue and coal tits, nuthatch, jay. Others include white stork, greylag goose, pheasant (rehabilitated). Mammals include roe deer, rabbit, friendly Homo sapiens (Czech subspecies!).
Tim Earl, Isle of Man // 2021-01-04
I know they shouldn't have been invading the birds' space, but I do wonder what became of the long-eared squirrels who used to appear at the feeder? They were kind of cute, for squirrels, but they seem to have disappeared completely.
Kell, NYC // 2020-12-24
Great and blue tit bird also a deer
Elise, London // 2020-12-03
I've seen pheasants, jays, Green finch, Robin, three types of titmice, Bright woodpecker, House sparrow, Blackbird and Nuthatch.
David, Phoenix, Arizona // 2020-03-09
So happy to see a new comer in the storks' family! have been watching them since the beginning and was impatient to see if the second baby would appear. here it is! Still worry if the stork (he or she?) will ever recover . Seems, not. So sad... But the family is safe in your beautiful centre!
Lyudmila, Ryazan, Russia // 2018-05-06
Watch this cam every day and enjoy this wonderful pair of storks. But worry what has happened to one of them. Have a sense that it is a she-stork, but may be mistaken. A pity there is no chatbox wheer we can share comments. Would be grateful if you could answer what is wrong with the stork and if the treatment could be helpful. Thank you and wish you good luck in your honorable job.
Lyudmila Isakova, Ryazan, Russia // 2018-04-21
I cannot get a live stream, it's always frozen! I love this cam - hope you can fix it.
Jill Brubaker, Tallahassee, FL, US // 2018-03-31
Heard what sounded like gunshots at 7:22 pm
Ricci, Boston // 2017-12-31
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