This eagle camera is brought to you by the MNDNR's Nongame Wildlife Program, which helps over 700 species of Minnesota wildlife thrive.
The program is largely supported by donations from people like you.
Want to help provide food, medicine, and equipment for nearly 2,000 wildlife patients every year? Our Critter Cam was MIA for a few days while we were busy moving our clinic to a new, larger space, but we are happy to say that the move went smoothly and the Critter Cam is up and running again!
This week we are featuring a red-tailed hawk that has a broken wing (more specifically, his humerus).
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Mostly the male stands guard at the entrance and the female spends more time below.
The University of Illinois Wildlife Medical Clinic—a non-profit organization that provides care and treatment to sick, injured, and orphaned wild animals—will feature a different patient each week on the Critter Cam. Well, situations can change pretty fast in the Wildlife Medical Clinic, so we can’t always keep our Critter Cam page information accurate up to the minute.
If we say the camera is on something furry, and you see feathers, give us a day to catch up!
It’s a charger for your imagination; so don’t forget to take it with you ! The company say: ‘This is a rather silent 70 minute visual performance that includes a few dark and serious scenes and has references to the world of adults.
TAMTAM produce visual theatre since 1979 and perform their visual theatre all over the world. Some parts develop in a slow tempo to give the audience time to think, and others tend to be quite abstract.’ NB: There is also a 50 minute version of this show in the afternoons which is suitable for children from age 6.