The birds have left the nest.
We did band the Barn Owls before they left, though. This included taking measurements of wing and tail span and logging each band number into a database. If the birds return or we find them elsewhere, we'll know where they came from and can learn more based on their migratory and flight patterns.
Come Back Next Year to Watch Live Video of Barn Owl & American Kestrel Nest Boxes
Loveland Open Lands and volunteers from the local non-profit Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute (CARRI) are working together to provide nesting habitat for raptors (birds of prey). Nest boxes have been installed on Open Lands property for barn owls and kestrels, two species of birds that nest in the Loveland area. Volunteers have installed live webcams in both nest boxes to provide real-time information and data about the birds during the nesting season. The cameras stream live video available 24/7.
Barn Owl Nest Box Camera
The Barn Owls have all fledged and are no longer in the box. Check back next April for the 2019 nesting season.
Kestrel Nest Box Camera
The family of American Kestrels have all fledged and are no longer in the box. Check back next April for the 2019 nesting season.
For more information about these beneficial species, please visit the CARRI website.
We would like to thank CARRI, Rise Broadband, and The Nest Company for their contributions to enable these cameras to be viewed online.