Webcams in Australia and Oceania: birds

› Australia and Oceania Rating: 4.7/5 (votes: 91)


Enjoying the live streaming of the nest, feeding and general activity. I have a look every day as well I check the Falcons in Orange NSW. Fascinating
John, Sydney ★★★★Sea Eagle nest webcam, Sydney
Aircraft noise must be unsettling for them.
Martin, Victor Harbor ★★★★★Sea Eagle nest webcam, Sydney
Enjoyed every minute, just like last year.
Richard, Adelaide Australia ★★★★★Webcam at the peregrine falcon nest, Melbourne
I absolutely love this camera view of these wonderful birds, thankyou for this camera!
Christine Evans, Worthing, Sussex, EnglandPeregrine falcon nest webcam, Orange
Is it possible to have a split screen showing both camera views now that the chicks are active at both ends of the ledge?
Why is the chick keep doing this.I think the adults do this to cool down would the chick be doing this.
Liz andrew, Nicholson victoriaPeregrine falcon nest webcam, Orange
Wonderful to see these beautiful birds! Thankyou :)
Christine Evans, WorthingPeregrine falcon nest webcam, Orange
Where are the peregrine chicks?
A Alwis, Melbourne ★★★★★Webcam at the peregrine falcon nest, Melbourne
Where is the 3rd chick?
Please find out what is dangling on the ledge. Right now 13-10-2022 Thu 21:20:33. Appears to be like a fishing lure…it is worrisome. Thx.
Congratulations to the Mum and Dad!! Such a cute wee one! My only concern is if Naby is getting enough to eat. From Southern California.
Katherine Coronado, Beaumont, California ★★★★★Peregrine falcon nest webcam, Orange
So the male was sitting on the remaining eggs and the chick and mum can and tossed him off. Such a pleasure to be able to watch this thank you.
Maria Spindler, Sydney ★★★★★Peregrine falcon nest webcam, Orange
Happy to see 3rd chick hatched. Mum feeding it specially this morning as tends to get in middle of older chick sandwich. Brilliant to see them thriving.
Nessa, Adelaide ★★★★★Osprey nest webcam in Port Lincoln, South Australia
I am so happy to find a new nest with 2 babies and 1 yet to hatch. The camera is so close you can't see much. If it were backed up a little to see more of the nest then we could see mom when she gets up plus other things. Would you consider backing up the camera just a little?
Kathy, Monmouth, Oregon ★★★★Osprey nest webcam in Port Lincoln, South Australia
Overjoyed to see the 2 hatchlings. Sorry that they don't appear to have hatched all 3 eggs. Well done to all who look after these birds, so worthwhile. Can't take my eyes off the parents.
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