Birds nest in security camera at Edmonton homeless shelter

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This brings a whole new meaning to being "live on cam"

CBC News  Posted: May 10 2013

 

The two newest residents of an Edmonton inner-city homeless shelter are settling in to raise a family.

Two sparrows are setting up home inside a security camera at the Boyle Street Community Services.

"The camera hadn't been functioning for a couple of days," said spokesman Lance Beswick. "When we turned it on, we saw the face of the sparrow peering out at us."

Story with Video here: www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/story/2013/05/10/edmonton-boyle-sparrow-nest.html

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