We’ll take the Wellesley ravens over the Baltimore Ravens any day of the week. And those birdwatchers and animal lovers among you will be glad to know that lovebirds Pauline and Henry have returned to the Wellesley College Science Center for the third year in a row and you can snoop on them at the 24-hour-live-streaming Ravencam (this test page lets you toggle between cameras)
Wellesley says such birds usually don’t hunker down in heavily populated areas like Wellesley, but there are some indications that certain animals are “re-wilding” in New England.
Wellesley College’s Nick Rodenhouse told us a couple of weeks ago that the birds were back, but that they held off putting the camera in place until the ravens had really settled in, so as not to spook them off.
This year’s nest has 5 eggs. Get ready for some babies…