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The webcam offers an intimate view of Osprey parents Rachel and Steve's private life and all its drama.
No matter the time of day, there's almost always something happening on these boulders, which are home to more than 100 nesting pairs of Atlantic Puffins.
Black Guillemots lay their eggs each summer in rock crevices, avoiding areas where vegetation might hide predators.
Get an intimate view inside a puffin burrow—and even glimpse a young puffling while you're at it.
Early morning is the best time to catch the antics of these Osprey, who nest on a platform near Hog Island's boathouse.
This camera looks out on nest boxes designed to keep gulls from snatching Roseate Terns eggs at one of the largest colonies in the northeast U.S.
Located on the grounds of Tucson Audubon's Paton Center for Hummingbirds, this feeder attracts a range of hummingbird species.
This camera has hosted Osprey pairs for many years, and is now equipped with infrared lighting so the birds can be watched day or night.