Wildlife Cameras that are really good

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Post by mei2k » November 12th, 2009, 2:30 am

There are two of them! I watch them everyday at about 2 p.m. - 5 p.m., later in the evening it often doesn't work. Maybe because of the dark or other reasons...

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Post by NancyM » November 12th, 2009, 5:30 pm

The Bald Eagle cam on Hornby Island in British Columbia, Canada, is again being broadcast via Wild Earth. This nest was the first live cam I ever watched, in 2006. The cam owner (Doug Carrick) can switch between a wide angle and close-up view.

http://www.wildearth.tv/web/dch-hornby-01

associated website: http://www.hornbyeagles.com

The eagles have been in the nest for a couple of hours each day, bringing branches to fix it up. They also brought the remains of an opossum to the nest and had dinner there.

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Post by Jo UK » November 12th, 2009, 9:01 pm

Thank you, Bociany.
so good to be able to see the Hornby eagles again. That was where I started my love affair with eagles, in 2006. I think many of us met there for the first time.
Well done, Doug and Shiela Carrick, for keeping these beautiful eagles in view.

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Post by HelenD » November 17th, 2009, 8:04 am

Ha ha I couldn't see a thing - forgot about the time difference and it was pitch black in that forest!! :slap:
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Post by Kuremari » December 18th, 2009, 3:37 pm

a new camera...but what animals....look like squirrels, but bigger :puzzled:
http://www.pixcontroller.com/WebCam/WebCam.htm
aah, the view changes...now it shows a deer
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Post by nuri945 » December 18th, 2009, 7:59 pm

live eagle cam and osprey cam in Blackwater Refuge - Cambridge Maryland USA

http://www.friendsofblackwater.org/camhtm2.html
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Post by alice44 » December 19th, 2009, 3:33 am

Kuremari wrote:a new camera...but what animals....look like squirrels, but bigger :puzzled:
http://www.pixcontroller.com/WebCam/WebCam.htm
aah, the view changes...now it shows a deer
Today I saw 2 deer, pheasants (?), a raccoon and a possum.

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Post by macdoum » December 19th, 2009, 4:44 am

alice44 wrote: Today I saw 2 deer, pheasants (?), a raccoon and a possum.
Hi Alice I just looked there and saw a ? possum or racoon and it was feeding from a dead deer :cry:
Do you know where it is situated ?
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Post by alice44 » December 19th, 2009, 5:47 am

macdoum wrote: Hi Alice I just looked there and saw a ? possum or racoon and it was feeding from a dead deer :cry:
Do you know where it is situated ?
The camera shifts between to vantage points -- rather suddenly and surprisingly. One has grain and the other seems to be a dead deer (that is what I thought but I was not sure.)

Here is what it says "About PixController.com Wildlife Webcam:
Camera is located in South Western Pennsylvania, USA. Our webcam is broadcast live 24/7 all year round. There is an automated feeder which is setup to feed at 7:15 AM, 12:00 Noon, 5:30 PM, and 10:30 PM (Eastern Time Zone) on the main camera. The feeder puts out a small amount of cracked corn and sweet feed to attract an array of wildlife. The feed is only used to attract the wildlife and not provide a food source they can live off of.

It does not say anything about meat but.... I think the dead deer and raccoons must be at a secondary camera that is motion sensitive.

... "There are motion-activated cameras that will switch on when something is in front of them. These are wireless video cameras that are battery powered and charged by solar panels."

There is a big snow storm tonight over there on the east coast.

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Post by Jo UK » January 5th, 2010, 11:27 pm

http://www.newforestgateway.org/Wildcam ... fault.aspx

A view of life in the New Forest, southern England.

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Post by macdoum » January 6th, 2010, 3:57 am

Jo UK wrote:http://www.newforestgateway.org/Wildcam ... fault.aspx

A view of life in the New Forest, southern England.
Thanks for the link Jo,I think it must be infrared 'cause can see now and it sure is snowing HARD :shock:
Hope you are far away. :unsure: :slap:
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Post by macdoum » January 6th, 2010, 4:00 am

Kuremari wrote:a new camera...but what animals....look like squirrels, but bigger :puzzled:
http://www.pixcontroller.com/WebCam/WebCam.htm
aah, the view changes...now it shows a deer
Here too Alice its snowing real hard too.!! No animals there now though. I hope they are tucked up warmly ? somewhere.!
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Post by Jo UK » January 6th, 2010, 2:35 pm

No Carmel, I am not at all far away. :cry:
Everything is cold and white here.

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Post by macdoum » January 11th, 2010, 4:50 am

Jo UK wrote:No Carmel, I am not at all far away. :cry:
Everything is cold and white here.
See 'seasons' I put a link there for you Jo.
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Post by NancyM » January 12th, 2010, 11:02 pm

A new BLACK BEAR CAM has been started at WildEarth.tv.

The bear in the den is a 2+ year-old (born June 2007) female named Lily, and the biologist thinks she will give birth to cubs in the next couple of weeks. The den is is Minnesota, USA

Link to cam: http://www.wildearth.tv/static/bearden

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Post by macdoum » January 13th, 2010, 3:51 am

Jo UK wrote:Thank you, Bociany.
so good to be able to see the Hornby eagles again. That was where I started my love affair with eagles, in 2006. I think many of us met there for the first time.
Well done, Doug and Shiela Carrick, for keeping these beautiful eagles in view.
BTW BIG changes going on at HWF. :puzzled:
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Post by Jo UK » January 14th, 2010, 1:40 am

Really, macdoum?
What is happening there? I haven't visited it for a long time.

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Post by Fleur » January 15th, 2010, 2:39 pm

Not in nature, but nice.

Watch with infrared, the polar bear.
Probably pregnant, but they do not know for sure.

http://www.diergaardeblijdorp.nl/nl/web ... en-webcam/
it can sometimes take a while for the image is loaded
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Post by Kuremari » January 15th, 2010, 4:56 pm

mms://tv.eenet.ee/jaanioja
2 deers eating
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most of the time i have seen just a black bird there, but today i had more luck..
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Post by Fleur » January 16th, 2010, 2:43 pm

Kuremari wrote:mms://tv.eenet.ee/jaanioja
Really good :loveshower:
buzzard,
do not know the right time, I think 13:40

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