Nature

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RSPB - rspb.org.uk/reserves/guide/s/southst
Webcams - wildlife.
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Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.

Protected birds.

They can be watched through a webcam from the island of Wales. The peculiarity of this broadcast is that the staff of the reserve move the camera several times a day to give you the opportunity to look at different birds in different places.



Global Forest Watch - globalforestwatch.org
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Forests in real time. It is possible to see how much when it is cut down and cut down and how much is planted again.



Digisilm - vikingsecurity.ee/en/public-zoo-came
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For the life of Amur leopards in captivity can be observed using a real-time web camera installed in the Tallinn Zoo. This rare, endangered species of leopards counts only 100 individuals around the world, and two of them can be watched live.

Also, there are three webcams installed in leopard habitats in the natural environment. True, you themselves are unlikely to find them there, but you can easily see waving grass, trees and stones. The video is accompanied by sounds.

camera 1 camera 2 camera 3



Africam - africam.com/wildlife
Webcams - wildlife.


Smithsonian’s National Zoo - nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/Amazonia
Webcams - wildlife.
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On the page of the National Smithsonian Zoo (Smithsonian's National Zoological Park), you can find dozens of two different webcams installed in the habitats of living creatures.
In addition to the standard tigers and toucans in this case, one of the cameras is installed directly under the water in the Amazon, so you can look at a variety of exotic fish in real time.
Keep in mind that the time zone of another part of the world differs by an average of eight hours in the opposite direction.



United States Antarctic Program - usap.gov/videoclipsandmaps/mcmWebCam
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Palmer

Behind the window is +35, and for sure you would like to be there where there are a lot, Much colder. But it is unlikely at the South Pole, where the temperature at the moment is about the same in a numerical equivalent, but with the opposite sign. However, you can look at the two webcams (if you see anything there): one is located on the US McMurdo research station, the second - at the station Palmer. Images are updated every 10 seconds.