Red-tailed hawks hatch their eggs at Cornell University
Thousands of people are logging onto a Cornell University website to watch a pair of red-tailed hawks hatch their eggs and feed their fuzzy chicks. The nest is on a light pole high above a Cornell athletic field. The female hawk is called big red, for the Cornell sports teams, and her mate is Ezra, after the universities co-founder Ezra Cornell. The head of the bird cams project hosted by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, says people are spending hours watching the live stream.