Two high-definition cameras are streaming live video from a remote Maine island of clown-like Atlantic puffins waddling, preening and nesting.
The National Audubon Society and explore.org have teamed up to stream video from Seal Island National Wildlife Refuge to anyone with an Internet connection. The island, located about 20 miles offshore, has the largest puffin colony in the U.S.
An osprey webcam located at Lake Pend Oreille, Sandpoint, Idaho, has recently shown a chick hatch. The adult ospreys have been feeding the little chick, while webcam watchers have been hoping that a second egg will also hatch. This webcam has picked up quite a lot of activity in the last few months. In April, another osprey couple tried to take over the nest for themselves, but they failed.
This webcam is located in Estonia and gives you an Osprey nest. There are 3 young ones which are camouflaged by the colors of the nest. Can you spot them?
The cam on this HenCam homepage shows the outside run of the Little Barn, where a rabbit and 9 hens live. Check out more views of the animals at InsideCam, BarnCam and GoatCam. Enjoy!
The owners & staff of AK9C are dedicated animal professionals. Like you, they were in search of a facility that could provide the quality care & service that would meet the high standard of excellence they wanted for their own pets. In March of 2003, American K9 Country was born as the brain child of Celeste Meade & Dottie and Robert Proulx! Enjoy their 3 webcams.
Enjoy a live streaming look at an osprey nest in Longmont, Colorado! This webcam features exclusive views of the nest, located just east of the Cattail pond. Watch as these birds of prey hunt for fish and raise their young.
The announced birth of a baby patas monkey at Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse, New York has inspired a new webcam. Funded up by the Friends of the Zoo, the webcam celebrates the recent births of three baby monkeys. Enjoy the animals!
A webcam providing a bird’s eye view of a bald eagle nest in West Virginia is proving to be a hit with web surfers. Their nest is located in a sycamore tree, 110 feet up, at the National Conservation Training Center. The eagle couple inhabiting the nest have recently hatched two chicks, hatching on 14 and 15 March. It is thought they will start learning to fly in around 11 or 12 weeks time.
A new webcam of the Penguin Encounter exhibit at SeaWorld San Diego is now gone live. The webcam was set up by a collaboration between SeaWorld and the Discovery Channel. The Discovery Channel is celebrating the upcoming premier of Frozen Planet. See what those penguins are up to.
Coast & Canyon is a non-profit organization that cares for injured and orphaned wildlife. Based in Malibu, California, we're a 100% volunteer run organization depending entirely on the generosity of animal lovers. On this web cam you are able to see what the squirrels are up to. Enjoy!
This camera is showing a female now incubating five eggs that were laid on the 21st, 22nd, 26th, 29th of February and 2nd of March. Tawny owls usualy lay two to four eggs, but occasionally up to eight depending on the abundance of food. The male will do all the hunting for both the adult birds and the chicks when they hatch. Make sure you see them all hatch!
Watch Live Ducks Duck Cam featuring a flock of pet ducks feeding, swimming and playing. The camera changes often to follow the ducks routine. Camera is Windows Media streaming video.
Watch the local foxes that come to feed, play and fight by a local resident's front garden from dusk till dawn. Fox or cat will trigger light; you need patience but you will see them eventually. Camera is Windows Media streaming video.
Anthias and most wrasses are protogynous hermaphrodites. This means they are born female but if a dominant male perishes, the largest female of the group will often change into a male to take its place. On the other hand, clown anemonefish are protandrous hermaphrodites. This means that they mature as males and the largest one will change into a female when the resident female dies. Enjoy!
The Wildlife Research Foundation along with the cooperation of Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife has placed a live streaming video camera in the den of a wild Maine Black Bear named Lugnut. You will observe Lugnut creating a miracle of her own, the birth of Black Bear cubs.