CrowCam - Video camera taped to a crow Answered
I was reading an article on attaching cameras to wildlife (Clipped to a Shark's Fin, Collared to a Bear or Attached to a Crow's Tail, Wildlife Cameras Come of Age in BioPhotonics) that mentioned cameras light enough to adhere to birds, specifically crows.
Check out this video of a crow flying, foraging, and using tools all from a tailfeather-perspective:
(Let me know if you find an embedded version)
The work was done by a group at the University of Oxford and published in Science late last year:
Video Cameras on Wild Birds
There's also a nice NPR piece on the subject here:
Crow Cam Captures Creative Behavior in the Wild
I find crows to be one of the most interesting urban animals, and I love how this video lets me voyeuristically peer in on their antics. Which animals would you watch?