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Wildlife Webcams for Science

A list of live webcams that you can view with your students. Take a virtual field trip or have students observe nature at a center.

Animal Cams - Watch real live wildlife

Animal Cams let you observe live streaming video of birds, various fish, penguins, dogs, cats, reindeer, eagles, sharks, deer, bear and more. These animals will provide you endless entertainment. These are real animals and so you never know what they'll do to entertain you.

Farallones Web Cam: California Academy of Sciences

The North Farallones, Middle Farallon and Noonday Rock were established as a National Wildlife Refuge in 1909 by President Theodore Roosevelt. Southeast Farallon Island (the location of the webcam) and West End were granted protection status in 1969.

Wolf Cams | International Wolf Center

These cameras are live-broadcasting the International Wolf Center's ambassador wolves. Even in captivity, wolves can be elusive. If you don't spot them, look

Operation Migration Whooping Crane Cam

This camera records the awe inspiring story of a dedicated team of conservationists at Operation Migration and their mission to save the highly endangered Whooping Crane. You'll be able to follow the training of the cranes leading up to their first migration south.

Panda Cam

Watch giant pandas Bai Yun, Gao Gao, and Xiao Liwu in Panda Trek LIVE!

Africam | A LIVE 24x7 Interactive African Wildlife Safari | Africam

Africam | A LIVE 24x7 Interactive African Wildlife Safari - Always LIVE and always wild, Africam brings you live video feeds from the African bush with audio and night vision. Watch wild African animals in their natural habitat including lions, elephants, giraffes and leopards.

Live Web Cams at the Monterey Bay Aquarium

Seven live web cameras of the Monterey Bay Aquarium's marine life exhibits and Monterey Bay, Monterey, CA.

Ornithos Atlantic Rainforest Webcam | World Land Trust

WLT is a Limited company registered in England & Wales No. 2552942 | Registered charity no. 1001291 © Copyright World Land Trust

Bald Eagle Cam: Watch Decorah Eaglets Grow Up Live

We are gearing up for a third year of bald eagle nest spying. The eagle cam, courtesy of the Raptor Resource Project, is a unique opportunity to witness bald eagle hatchlings grow up. Current Status Feb. 23, 2014: First egg laid Feb. 26, 2014: Second egg ap...

Puffin Loafing Ledge

Atlantic Puffins spend most of their time at sea-coming to land each spring to breed in colonies on northern seacoasts and rocky islands, like Seal Island in Maine, home to the puffins visible on our live cam. These colorful pigeon-sized birds lay one egg in their burrow homes, with the male and female sharing incubation duties for approximately 39-43 days.




This Osprey nest is perched atop a 30 foot tower located at the Best Viewing Hours 24/7 Tune in even at night and check out the infrared view! Learn More & Get Involved · Join Audubon · Subscribe to Audubon Wingspan · Learn about our Audubon Camp · Adopt-A-Puffin · Project Puffin Visitor Center · Puffin Watching Tour Audubon Camp in Maine on Hog Island.

North American Bear Center - Holly Bear's Den Cam - Live

Welcome to the live cams at the North American Bear Center in Ely, Minnesota. Here you can watch the daily activities of our four Ambassador Bears Ted, Honey, Lucky, and Holly and discuss their behaviors with other bear enthusiasts from around the world.

E is for Explore!

Live on youtube Friday, December 4th at 12:00 pm (Eastern Time, 40 minutes), your class can explore China's Great Forests! Students (grades 3-8) investigate what the giant panda and earth's climate have in common as they learn about the carbon cycle and compare/contrast reforestation and deforestation.