An owl dubbed "Mrs. Tiger" is causing a stir on the Internet these days. She has been starring in a live cam feed trained on her nest and her collection of three eggs, laid in early January.

The feed, "Alessondra's OKC Great Horned Owl-Cam," was set up by a family of four in Oklahoma whose upper-story planter's box has been commandeered by Mrs. T. for the last six years for her annual egg-laying and nesting needs.

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The family has maintained the live owl feed for several years, and it's addictive fun for viewers, just wondering what will happen next. A great moment could happen at any time, such as when the first of Mrs. T.'s three egg hatched on Feb. 10.

The video directly below, from an Alessondra OKC fan on Youtube, documents the new baby, named Java, being fed for the first time, when Mrs. T. brought home some food for the newbie. Watching the little ball of fluff flip and flop around while mom is gone makes for a stunning sight.

Of course, this being the Internet, there are plenty of other live cams available for fans of winged creatures such as eagles, falcons, herons, and ospreys, just to name a few.

For example, Cornell's Lab of Ornithology maintains a dozen cams featuring owls, kestrels, ospreys, hawks, and even an albatross.

And Discovery's own Animal Planet, meanwhile, has its own live bird feeder cam keeping an eye on some feathered friends in the Northern Virginia suburbs.

Eagle fans, for their part, can turn to the Southwest Florida Eagle cam channel on Youtube. It live-streams the comings and goings of a pair of bald eagles and the nest they call home. Seen just above is the current stream. You can check the channel for future ones as they are posted and others are deactivated.

Finally, if the Southwest Florida eagles aren't home, you could try the stream below, featuring a bald eagle's nest on Santa Catalina Island in Calif., arranged by The Pet Collective. It has a great, dare we say it, bird's-eye view of the nest.

We can only imagine what new bird cams might pop up as we shovel our way through the last month of winter and dream about warmer days ahead.