A few years ago a pair of Red-Tailed Hawks started nesting on the top of an 80-foot stadium light by the Cornell University athletic fields. Tired of straining upwards with binoculars to see anything, this year the Lab of Ornithology installed a nest-level camera. You can watch the hawks bill and coo (well, actually they sit on their eggs and rip up small mammals, but you know what I mean) on live streaming video. Hatchlings are expected in mid-April.
UPDATE: April 23, 2012 -- The eggs are hatching, just as Ithaca is getting buried under a late spring snowstorm. You can watch a very wet mama bird on the streaming video link, or follow the Twitter stream for @CornellHawks for more updates.