We all know hummingbirds are super hard to spot, so the folks at the University of Arizona took it upon themselves to help us catch a glimpse (or two) of the fascinating creatures.
Last month, a little black-chinned hummingbird took up residence in the university’s Environment and Natural Resources Building Two. She built her tiny nest on a networking cable hanging from the ceiling and hatched two pea-sized eggs, according to Wired.
Then the good people in the IT department took notice. They decided to share their three hummingbirds with the world, so they propped a camera next to the nest and started live streaming the adorable family.
Anyone can watch the babies (dubbed Jack and Jill by students) eat, sleep and cuddle up with their mama during all hours. How cool is that? If you want to see them in all their glory, we suggest you do it ASAP by going to their hummingbird cam website. The university says J & J will fly away any day now, never to return back to the nest.