Researchers at the Cornell Lab of Orinthology are catching some surprisingly engaging footage after setting up a couple of webcams around a Great Blue Heron nest. The latest storyline is the hatching of all 5 of the nest's chicks, two of which you can see emerging in the clip above. It's like reality TV for nature buffs and birdwatchers. Located in Sapsucker Woods, a wildlife sanctuary just three miles from the Cornell campus, the nest is the first known Great Blue Heron nest ever recorded there. The herons have been gradually adding twigs to it for three years now, where they average between 2 and 6 hatchlings each year.