Hummingbirds are said to be Good Luck...Well she's here on LIVE broadcast from my porch to bring luck to everyone!" - Chris
Mission, BC (PRWEB) June 11, 2017
Mother hummingbird raises 2 babies in spiderweb thread-built nest, under a LIVE HD CAM, in Pacific Northwest rainforest - virtually never-observed peek at mother nature's intimate life.
Live streaming 8am-8pm PDT daily, until the little ones fly away forever, this close-up, with sound of mother humming-and-going, as mother hummingbird, "Helen," flies to and fro to gather nectar, then feed the hungry humming-kids since they were born May 21st.
The live video stream shows a Canadian $2 coin in the frame, giving the viewers an sense of how tiny the nest, mother, and baby hummingbirds are sized. A Canadian $2 "Toonie" measures 28mm (1.25") diameter, and demonstrates how the spiderweb-elastic nest is truly a very small place in which the hummingbird family lives.
"I have been in broadcasting since the 1950's, and I have never had the good fortune to have a worldwide news story literally land at my front door!" Chris Lindgren, amazed former Swedish TV producer mused. "The F2F people that helped get this video feed out to the internet have been very generous with their technical resources - thank you to Alex and his crew at FaceToFace Broadcasting."
The close-up video cam shows how the little hummingbirds stretch the nest as they move to reach mother, then open their tiny beaks to receive a drink from her.
A curious sight, unlikely seen ever before, is to watch closely and see how newborn hummingbirds know to wiggle their butts out above the rim of the nest, then eliminate waste from their bottom ends - all without a "spill" into the interior of the nest.
The HUM-CAM is sponsored by community internet broadcaster, Mission City TV, and the live feed from FaceToFace (F2F), with 2-way video chat, is accessible through their website http://www.missioncitytv.com, or through a simultaneous YouTube LIVE broadcast by using #missioncitytv, or #humcam, in a search.
Contact Tim Pippus, Media Relations, MissionCityTV.com
text: 1-604-615-5526 to arrange interview
Mission City TV is a community video news magazine, serving Mission, BC, with daily live broadcast, using F2F.Live to engage with as many as 1-million simultaneous audience viewers in real-time, using text, voice, and full face to face video sessions.
FaceToFace Broadcasting is the developer of a never-before-seen 2-way, live broadcast technology. While the likes of YouTube/Facebook allow live broadcast, F2F allows up to 1-million simultaneous viewers, AND allows live-time video interaction with up to 25 simultaneous face to face participants. Contact: Alex Glassey at http://www.F2F.live broadcast technology. While the likes of YouTube/Facebook allow live broadcast, F2F allows up to 1-million simultaneous viewers, AND allows live-time video interaction with up to 25 simultaneous "broadcast back" video participants.
F2F Contact: Alex Glassey at 1-250-589-3230