After watching the three-eyed ravens on Game of Thrones, it seems some other members of the bird kingdom want a piece of the small-screen action. To wit:

A lingering Snowy Owl plopped down right outside a television news station in Vermont.

The BBC’s Winged Planet and Earthflight programs are now available on DVD.

And last but not least, a Norwegian TV channel has created what just might be the first bird reality show, complete with a squirrel as the annoying neighbor. It’s apparently airing online all day, every day, so you can get your Scandinavian bird fix anytime. (Euro readers, can you ID the coffeeshop “customers” above?)

Written by Meredith Mann
The lowly Red-winged Blackbirds in suburban New York triggered Meredith Mann's interest in birds. Five years later, she's explored some of the the USA's coolest hotspots, from Plum Island in Massachusetts to the Magic Hedge in Chicago to the deserts of Fallon, Nevada. She recently migrated from the Windy City (where she proudly served as a Chicago Bird Collision Monitor, rescuing migrants from skyscrapers and sidewalks) to Philadelphia, where she plans to find new editing and writing gigs; keep up her cool-finds chronicle, Blog5B; and discover which cheesesteak really is the best. And she will accept any and all invitations to bird Cape May, NJ.