(at the time of this posting)
CLAY'S OWN POND CAMERA: LOOK AT THE DUCKS, HERONS, AND WILDLIFE
note--due to construction/renovation and the location of our new classrooms, Clay's animal cam will be off line during this process. Our signal was rather poor anyway!
Coming soon: new links, new birds, and sound files that we have recorded off of certain species with our own equipment here at Clay JHS!
1. A common bird that we can find around Indiana along fields and gravel driveways picking at the stones and small bugs are "mourning doves." A place in Texas has a dove camera on the doves they are raising. Look at this. Texas Dove Camera
2. A true feeder cam by those can that feed year 'round with a seemingly unending supply of food. Actually this incredible store has all kinds of things mainly for birds. It is located in the Indianapolis area and has some unusual views of their birds. Wild Birds Unlimited FeederCam
3. Over the summers, Mr Weaver, maintainer of this website visits Ospreys in Scotland near Loch Garten-Nethy Bridge/Aviemore area. Look at this live camera shot of the birds he sees. We might even seem them better here than what he can! Note that the cameras normally are seasonal. Scottish Ospreys
4. This webcam was found by one of our other students about Purple Martins. It has unusual documented views of the baby birds. At the time of this posting, the birds were still being fed by the parents. Purple Martins
5. This is a "hot" link to the Audubon Society. This features all things related to birds....not supplies...just the birds themselves...and no, they are not for sale. Have fun with this one! Audubon
6. Clay JHS is proud to be a sponsor of a shore bird (migratory) which is now housed (maybe temporarily) at the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary in Indian Shores, Florida (between Clearwater Beach and St.Petersburg Beach, Florida). This place has been visited by many students and staff. The school's science club The Naturalists Club has adopted one of the birds that was injured and is being hospitalized. This is great haven for such animals. They will be rehabilitated until they can be released, or they will finish their natural lives at this place. Take a look at this place will whole-heartedly support. Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary
7. Make your own Indiana bird list. Just go to this site and print out your own version. Clay has their own version of the birdlist as well, but you must be a student here to receive it. Try this one instead. Indiana Bird List
8. Look at these amazing photos taken by Stephen S and his family. Wow. What a tribute to this hummingbird and the chance this family had to work with and learn from this, the smallest bird species known. Hummingbird
9. Now take a look at another student photo of a turkey vulture. Amazing. Indiana Vulture