Can’t get enough of watching birds? Droll Yankees has compiled a list of popular Bird Cams.
Bird cams offer a unique glimpse into aspects of bird life that many of us are not otherwise able to see. Directed at nesting sites and streaming 24 hours a day, nest cameras catch all the exciting, disappointing, and stressful times in the lives of the birds they profile. Watch eggs hatch, nestlings fumble around the nest as they figure out how to use their legs, and fledglings take to their wings and leave the safety of the nest, as well as other facets of the daily lives of our favorite feathered friends.
Click the logos or links below to peek in on some of your favorite birds and see what challenges and triumphs they have today.
All About Birds is created by the staff of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. It’s their aim to make this site the web’s best and most comprehensive resource for North American birds, bird watching and bird conservation—accessible to everyone for free. Click here or on the logo to view All About Bird’s bird cams.
Explore is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others. Click here or on the logo to view Explore’s bird cams.
BirdNote is the product and vision of a passionate group of individuals dedicated to birds and the environment. This collaboration blends art, science, hard work and dedication to bring each story to life. Click here or the logo to view BirdNote’s bird cams.
Animal Planet L!VE features unfiltered, round-the-clock access to the compelling worlds of the beautiful, cute and misunderstood. Whether exhibiting human-like behavior or living an existence so foreign it is fascinating, the animal kingdom has the power to mesmerize. Click here to view Animal Planet’s bird cams.
BeakSpeak is a comprehensive list of the bird cams on the web. The list includes live camera feeds featuring birds of all shapes and sizes. Birders can find the bird they wish to watch in the alphabetically sorted list of bird names and click the link that will take them directly to the bird cam feed. Click here or the logo to view Beakspeak’s bird cams.
The Hummingbird Guide website is a resource of information from the many years of experience by the creators, Jim and Ruth, to help attract lots of hummingbirds and keep them coming to your feeders or flower garden year after year. Whether you are a beginner hanging your first feeder or a seasoned enthusiast, there is a wealth of information, tips and products to enhance your hummingbird enjoyment. Click here or the logo to view Hummingbird Guide’s bird cams.