It could be some baby White Bellied Caiques playing in their cage. Or a Jolly Ball,lots of energy (they move even when they sleep). they sometimes sleep on their backs (just in case you think one needs resuscitating)
Maybe you are watching some baby Sun Conures. Right now they are in a brooder getting familiar with the daily routine. They are at that cute, cuddly stage when they just want to be held and loved.
Is it a Kakariki? A rare New Zealand parrots in your aviary. Cockatiels perhaps
The Blue and Gold Macaw's like to roam around and play with everyone else's toys, sample food, and demand attention, or some beautiful Green Wing Macaws.
Dusky Conures in the nest box with their eggs. They like their privacy for now...
If you've been thinking about a setting up an aviary cctv web-cam, it is really quite simple.
Watch our babies being fed and playing from the comfort of your own home.
You could plan might be to have the main unit in the bird room at the end of the aviaries, so the multiple cables from the camera's have a short run (7 meters perhaps), then run a single cat5 cable from the bird room to the house (30 meters) and plug into the broadband router.
The system will be able to connect to the internet and thus be controlled remotely, so i can check all is well when i'm away from home,
Birds can't see at night, but you will by having camera's with built in infra-red led's, might be handy just to check they have all roosted safely
Prevent bird thefts in aviaries, homes and pet stores. ...
Systems including cameras, motion lights and other equipment can be purchased and owner-installed