Live Cams

Hi all!  Let me know if you have a link to a live cam...

I'd just been thinking of this when this hawk cam appeared in my inbox.  SO interesting to see...and of course they come and go, so this will need to be updated...

Hawk Cam:

Eagle Cam:

Hummingbird Cam:

Bennett Springs State Park Trout Cam--fishing on the dam, no actual trout, alas...

NEW LINKS, from one of our readers!  Thank you, Andrea...

The Raptor Resource Project's Decorah Eagles nestcam. It takes a minute to load. There is a lot of info on the page so be sure to scroll down to read the history and description of the nest. There are three very large and growing fast eaglets there now. The cam is live 24/7
This is a link for the Africam. There are several cams you can watch on this site. Keep in mind the time difference for the Africam. Best viewing seems to be in the morning for us, although these cams are also 24/7. Occasionally, someone will pan the camera for us. I have seen many types of animals on here from elephants to giraffes to zebras!

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology . There are several live cams on this page in addition to a wealth of info which will be of interest to the blog readers.

This is a separate site for the Cornell Ornithology Lab nestcams. I have watched bluebirds and owls in past years.

And from reader Candace Milsap (thanks, Candace!):

The Decorah Eagles Kate - http://

Janie Moroni sent these:
Cloud Appreciation Society founder, Gavin Pretor-Pinney, is very excited to be giving an illustrated clouds talk at the first ever Words in The Park festival that is taking place over the weekend of 19-20 May in London’s beautiful Holland Park.
Use our Bird Guide to identify birds, learn about the life history, listen to the sounds, and watch bird behavior on video--the most comprehensive guide to North American birds
On many of these cams, you can hit a pause button for sketching.

My Friend Ailsa Barrett shared this one, which links to many more!

Bears and Salmon Cam!/live-cams/player/brown-bear-salmon-cam-brooks-falls

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