You'll see more than Atlantic Puffins if you spend some time with this webcam.
From migrating Sandhill Cranes in Nebraska to Maine's nesting Atlantic Puffins, follow along live 24/7.
Early morning is the best time to catch the antics of these Osprey, who nest on a platform near Hog Island's boathouse.
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.
Launched in March 2017, Audubon Connecticut's osprey nest cam is powered by solar energy.
Everyone is moving to the Bay Area these days—including Ospreys. Follow one nest with Golden Gate Audubon's camera.
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.
You'll see more than Sandhill Cranes if you spend some time with this webcam.
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