Hummingbird Webcam: Phoebe’s Nest and Feeder

Hummingbird Feeding Baby

Feeding Time!

This webcam shows the feeding area and nest of a Hummingbird in Orange County, California named Phoebe. The cam streams daily from 8AM-8PM Eastern Time and has been humming along since 2007.

Phoebe is a “non-migratory Channel Islands Allen’s Hummingbird” and she prefers to build her nests in the rose bushes. Oftentimes the camera is focused on the feeder and shows a wider view of her home.

According to the cam operator, Phoebe “has been laying 4 to 5 clutches each year for several years” so if we’re patient we can hopefully see some of her beautiful babies! Don’t expect to get too good of a visual on her eggs, though, as they are roughly the size of a single tic-tac! There is a photo of one of her eggs below.

To learn more about Phoebe or Allen Hummingbirds in general, the owner has set up a very informative page that you can visit by clicking here.

Other photos from the Hummingbird Webcam: