tune into the bird library
Let’s give it up for Kevin Cwalina and Rebecca Flowers, a librarian and woodworker from Virginia, who in 2015, decided to build a bird-sized “library” and feeder for their local flock. With much care and attention, the duo decked out the shelves and filled the place with seeds to attract some feathered friends. Sure enough, over 20 different species stopped by for a feed or napped in the quiet area and the view was so adorable, Kevin and Rebecca started a 24-hour livestream. It's oddly calming to watch, and if you're after more wholesome bird content, be sure to check out Melbourne’s celebrity falcon (it's currently sitting on two eggs!).