As winter sets in across much of the U.S., birders may find fewer opportunities to get out and see our fine feathered friends. Ornithophiles need not despair, however, thanks to these bird cams from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology (previously featured in the 07-13-2018 Scout Report). On the page linked above, visitors will find live cams from partner sanctuaries and organizations across the globe. Some viewing options include: petrels from Nonsuch Island, Bermuda; Northern Royal Albatross from Taiaroa Head, New Zealand; and Panama Fruit Feeders from El Valle de Anton, Panama. Visitors will also find links to bird video highlights on YouTube and Instagram (@cornellbirdcams). The Cornell Lab Bird Cams are sure to excite and inspire interest in learning about and protecting the world's diverse bird species.