As readers of my blog you know I love our Minnesota DNR Eagle Webcam. I learned about a few other wildlife web cameras out there. There’s a Bison webcam in the Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie in Illinois. The movement of the herd is unpredictable so you might end up watching for quite awhile before you actually see a bison.
It’s the same scenario with the polar bears in Cape Churchill in northern Manitoba, Canada. The good news is you can be alerted when they are spotted so you don’t have to continually watch the live feed.
Here’s a webcam for a Great Horned Owl in Charlo, Montana and another for elephant seals in Piedras Blancas on the coast of California. It’s one of the world’s largest mainland breeding colonies, attracting about 20,000 seals. Enjoy!