As the Nonsuch Expeditions Team prepared to broadcast what is setting up to be another record breaking Cahow nesting season, John W. Fitzpatrick the Director of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology paid us a visit:
“After following the story of Bermuda’s iconic Cahow throughout my entire ornithological career, it was a real thrill finally to see Nonsuch Island firsthand and to meet its conservation and storytelling heroes. My regret, of course, is that we missed seeing the birds themselves by just a few days, but this only ensures Molly’s and my return during the breeding season. It is a privilege for the Cornell Lab of Ornithology to be streaming Nonsuch Expedition’s “CahowCam” to the world. I look forward to following along especially closely this year, now that I’ve personally looked down into that nest burrow! Best wishes for continued successes during the 2019 breeding season.”
Stay tuned this Season for the many new features that we are developing with Cornell and be sure to sign up to our Newsletter selecting the CahowCam alerts option to receive notices of significant events as they happen.