Webcam Locators

Webcams, Videos and Photos

Webcam Views of feeders Feeders attracting red squirrels, hordes of coal tits, plus occasional crested tits, great spotted woodpeckers and other wild Scottish woodland birds. Keep an eye out for the warden filling up the feeders!
View webcam views and videos of Puffins at the Seal Island National Wildlife Refuge, off the coast of Maine.
Look at the latest webcam views and photos of an Osprey nest very high off the ground next to the Blackwater River.
An automated system captures animal activities in real-time, in their natural habitats. Images and videos of animals, including bears, birds, fish, mountain lions, and wolves, are viewable within minutes after animals move by a camera.
Peek inside an osprey nest on-line, see eggs as they are laid, watch the eggs hatch and track the development of young ospreys until they fledge.
(Multiple Locations)
Because of the multitude of eagle webcams available, they are listed a separate Eagles Webcams directory.
Close-up view of a birdfeeder in Colorado. The floating camera view refreshes automatically to show new birds as they come to the feeder.
(Boulder Creek, CA)
Ther cam is pointed to the east and operates dawn to dusk with ten minutes updates. Acorn Woodpeckers, Chestnut-backed Chickadees, Townsend's Warblers, Black-headed Grosbeaks, Rufous Hummingbirds, Steller's Jays and Oregon Juncos frequent the hanging feeders while Mourning Doves and Varied Thrush clean up any spilled seed.
View multiple nest box webcams throughout the Reserve located in a remote wilderness setting, surrounded entirely by the San Bernardino National Forest.
A view from the lobby at the Maple Hill Farm Bed & Breakfast Inn in Hallowell/Augusta, Maine showing the many birds that flock to a variety of feeders, plus the farm animals (mostly llamas) in the animal pastures beyond.
During the 2010 season... Egg-laying finished on May 7th and the chicks began hatching early on May 19th. You can look at videos shot during past sesons until live views are available in the spring of 2011.
Usually visitors can control the camera showing an Osprey nest in Montana. Unfortunately, lightning destroyed the camera so you willneed to check back sometime in 2011.
(New York)
This site provides webcam views and videos of birds, mammals, amphibians along with a diverse group of wildlife in their natural habitats within the State.
Here's the place to view the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife's webcams showing Bluebirds, Eagles, Herons, Loons, Martins, Owls, Ospreys, Bats, Salmon and Seals

" Birds are winged, bipedal, endothermic (warm-blooded), egg-laying, vertebrate animals. There are around 10,000 living species ranging in size from the Bee Hummingbird (2 in/5 cm ) to the (9 ft/2.75 m) Ostrich. . . . Modern birds are characterised by feathers, a beak with no teeth, the laying of hard-shelled eggs, a high metabolic rate, a four-chambered heart, and a lightweight but strong skeleton. " . . . Learn more from Wikipedia!

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