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Seal Island, Maine: Atlantic Puffin Ledge Webcam
You'll see more than Atlantic Puffins if you spend some time with this webcam.
Bremen, Maine: Osprey Nest Webcam
Early morning is the best time to catch the antics of these Osprey, who nest on a platform near Hog Island's boathouse.
Seal Island, Maine: Atlantic Puffin Boulders Webcam
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.
Greenwich, Connecticut: Osprey Webcam
Launched in March 2017, Audubon Connecticut's osprey nest cam is powered by solar energy.
San Francisco, California: Osprey Webcam
Everyone is moving to the Bay Area these days—including Ospreys. Follow one nest with Golden Gate Audubon's camera.
New Haven, Connecticut: Osprey Webcam
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.
Bird Cam News and Stories
How Webcams Are Helping Scientists Save One of the World’s Rarest Seabirds
March 15, 2022 — For the past decade, the CahowCam Project has entertained viewers while revealing new insights into the lives of the endangered Bermuda Petrel.
Great Horned Owl Takes Another Chick From Hog Island Osprey Nest
July 12, 2018 — Four nights after the first attack, the owl returned to Steve and Rachel’s nest despite the recent addition of lights as a deterrent.
Osprey Pair Rachel and Steve Lose Chick to Owl—Again
July 11, 2018 — [UPDATED] A Great Horned Owl attack on the Hog Island nest follows two such raids last year. Since the incident, steps have been taken to deter the predator.
The Saga Continues for Bailey, the Beleaguered Hog Island Osprey
November 22, 2017 — After surviving owl, wasp, and eagle attacks, the tough young bird is mending an injured wing at an Audubon rehab center in Florida.
Why There Are No Ospreys at the Hog Island Nest Cam
July 31, 2017 — The Great Horned Owl didn't come back, but another intruder caused Rachel, Steve, and their surviving chick to move in a hurry: wasps.
Watch: Female Hog Island Osprey Defends Remaining Chick From Great Horned Owl
July 21, 2017 — Having already lost two chicks to the raptor, Rachel has been remaining close to the nest and on high alert in a fascinating display of adaptation.
Falkner Island, Connecticut: Roseate Tern Webcam
July 07, 2017 — 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.