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Live Camera Feeds

As we are all (hopefully) isolating, thought I would share this link with my fellow RFD'ers. It is a live feed from 10 different cameras from around the world. Hope you Enjoy. Stay Well. Stay Safe

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-52096529

Edit: In these trying times I thought this post needed to be back on the 1st page so some could see that haven't had a chance. My fav cameras are the 1st one at the watering hole in Africa, 2nd choice would be Tokyo major intersection. Crazy how traffic drives so close and fast with no lane dividers and my 3rd would be the camera positioned on front of a train running through Norway. There is also one from the space station but it always seems to be black when I visit it.
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Bump...
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yesterday i finally got a great shot of the koalas face....omg...so friggin adorable! Smiling Face With Open Mouth

(san diego zoo)
[OP]
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Yes, some of the bird cams are pretty cool however I'm personally not into any cams of "captive creatures". I prefer the cams that are positioned in the wild and seeing them in their natural habitats. Cheers!
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fortune500 wrote: Yes, some of the bird cams are pretty cool however I'm personally not into any cams of "captive creatures". I prefer the cams that are positioned in the wild and seeing them in their natural habitats. Cheers!
Y'all might like the Stanley Park heron cam. There are eggs in the nests right now. If you're on desktop you can even control the cameras, but you'll have to wait in line if there are other visitors.
https://vancouver.ca/parks-recreation-c ... n-cam.aspx
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Kiraly wrote: Y'all might like the Stanley Park heron cam. There are eggs in the nests right now. If you're on desktop you can even control the cameras, but you'll have to wait in line if there are other visitors.
https://vancouver.ca/parks-recreation-c ... n-cam.aspx
Thanks for the link but doesn't seem to be working for me at the moment. I will try again later tonight and yes I'm utilizing a desktop.
Cheers!
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