Here are a few web cams from all over for you and your students to enjoy. Note: Many of these webcams are off the air, so I will be removing them and adding more as soon as possible.

If a camera does not appear to be on air, click the "reload" button reload_button.png
in the bottom corner of the web cam window.
If you do not pause one web cam before clicking the large center arrow on another, you will be taken to the UStream site for that web cam. Hint: To open multiple webcams at the same time use the small play button (arrow) at the bottom of the window. You can mute the audio on all of the web cams except the one you are really interested in.

Please note: if you hear other audio, scroll down and make sure the other web cams are muted. If you would like to view this webcam on its own page, please click here.

Southern Leopard Frog Tadpoles

Free live streaming by Ustream

Owl Box Web Cam

This is a live stream of Barn Owl and her owlets. Click the play arrow under the video (not the one in the center) to start the video feed. You can 'x' out of the Google ad.

Hummingbird Nest

According to the owner of this web cam, Phoebe is a Channel Island Allen (S.s. sedentarius) hummingbird in Orange County, California. She has been laying 4 to 5 clutches each year for several years and I've been broadcasting her nest since 2007.

The Critter Window -

According to the website, "this is Indiana's first 24/7 streaming live video of wildlife. The Cam is located in SE Indiana. It may contain deer, coon, muskrat, mink, squirrels, rabbit and lots of birds. Even we don't know what we will see."

Eagle Cam

Located in Decorah, Indiana.

Red-Tailed Hawk

This hawk nest is at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. There is a lot more information and many great photos at