is worth a thousand words! This site allows you
to visit places near and far. Travel across the
oceans and even under them. The animal sites will
The Pop-up Earth cam will allow you to see exactly
where the sun is shining. This will help you pick
a site during daylight hours when cams work best.
Click on an area of the world to move that side
The web cams are on the left bottom of this
page. Two beautiful views to choose from and then
enlarge. One camera is situated on the highest point
on the East Coast between Texas and Maine! The other
view is also on the river. Sunset is a great time
to view EST.
Three views live from Belmar. The views refresh
automatically. Enjoy the waves during the daylight
hours EST (Eastern Standard Time).
It’s just like being there at the beach!
You see a full screen of surf and sand. Just click
refresh to see the next seagull.
New Jersey’s First Surf Cam! Sit back and
enjoy the waves. Dawn to dusk EST.
around the world!
The cameras here work well when it is Summer
in the Southern Hemisphere. You can always check
on the weather during their 6 months of no sun .
The huge sky speaks for itself. Live camera
from the University of Arizona in Tucson with updates
every five minutes.
This is a full-page view of the water between
South America and Africa. Just click to travel there!
Come on over! Perth,
West Australia has live cams 24 hours a day. This
site has a plane-spotting contest that is fun and
updates every few minutes. It is best viewed during
their daylight hours.
slopes. Enjoy watching the live skiers in the European
Even on foggy days the tower is visible. Take
a trip to London, England FREE here on the WWW.
These two scenes from Buxton, North Carolina
that you can view anytime during daylight EST. This
world famous Lighthouse and the surrounding seashore
are real pleasure sites!
This page has live video of what is happening
under the Eiffel Tower as well as a full view. Updated
every five minutes.
in the capital city of Quito. Life at the equator
is in the same time zone as New York City.
The Chena River in Alaska is always a beautiful
sight. You can cool off on the hottest day of the
year just by scrolling down to the picture of it!
Asahidake in Daisetsuzan National Park. Its beauty
speaks for itself!
The Western Wall
Twenty-four hours a day watch
visitors at the wall. The view is from Aish.
Live from Red Square. This site includes a viewers
guide that allows you to become familiar with the
The Mt. Shasta web page has a beautiful view of
the Mountain in Northern, CA, USA
This is an educational site about air pollution.
Views live from Acadia National Park, ME; Mt. Washington,
NH: Boston, MA and NY.
Here’s a chance to walk down Bourbon Street,
Louisiana, USA. Day and night see the sights.
Anytime day or night the view
of the falls is spectacular. Cameras from The Sheraton
Falls Hotel show the falls from two different views.
If you have never been to Yellowstone National
Park, WY USA, now is your chance to see the famous
Old Faithful… possibly in action! Wyoming is
in MST (Mountain Standard Time) so remember to try
it during their daylight hours.
Start out in Edinburgh, Capital City and tour changing
views throughout this web site. Links to Ireland,
N. Ireland, England and more!
This page opens up with a picture of the day,
usually an unusual animal or plant. To the left
of the page are 17 cameras that you can pick
and choose from to view what is going on in South
Africa’s parks! Safari!
Here she is in all her glory! Try to view her on
a clear day in the New York City area.
This gorgeous view is from the southernmost town
on the planet!
Views all around
the capital of the United States. Just watch as
the camera takes you on a tour of the city.
This live cam is from the National Zoo in Washington,
D.C. There are links to giraffes, naked mole-rats
and much more!
For bird-watchers everywhere! This backyard feeder
in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA seems to always have
another surprise. Operation is dawn to dusk Eastern
Oooey Gooey! Located on
the Oregon Coast, this aquarium has a wonderful
live picture of, yes jellyfish! They turn off the
lights at night and are in PST (Pacific Standard
Here is an Interesting view inside the Barn Owls
nestbox. It has infrared cameras installed for night
viewing. These Owls rest all day in their safe roost
in California, enjoy!
live from the San Diego Zoo. PST (Pacific Standard
Time) is when you can view these extraordinary creatures.
Live from Jenkinson’s Aquarium, Point Pleasant
Beach, NJ, USA. Playful little creatures, in and
out of the water all day all night
Giant Madagascar Hissing
Roaches – brought to you live from the University
of South Carolina! Twenty-four hours a day! NOT
for the squeamish.
In beautiful Hawaii, this live view of sharks
makes one glad they are behind glass.
Wide LIVE Cams:
questions? We have answers!
and Compiled by N. Beeden