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Title: L*I*N*K*S
Description: Yellow Pages for Live Cams & More!

Eagle Duo - November 5, 2006 06:24 PM (GMT)
Here's a list of links to our favorite IWS links, other eagle cams links, a few other live aniamal cam links, and other useful forum links:

All 4 Nests with Chat
Pelican Harbor Nest/Santa Cruz WMP Pop-Up Player
Pelican Harbor Nest/Santa Cruz Embedded Cam
Sauces Canyon Nest/Santa Cruz WMP Pop-Up Player
Sauces Canyon Nest/Santa Cruz Embedded Cam
Two Harbors Nest
West End Nest

IWS Home
IWS Eagle Forum

Lemonwood Eagle Squad
Lite a Candle for a Cruzer :candle:
Miracle & Surprise - A True Story by Tallycat
Pimu - Who is Pimu?
Pimu - Q&A
RETURN FLIGHT: Restoring the Bald Eagles to the Channel Islands (film by Kevin White)
Santa Cruz Diablo Peak Camera
Tech Help Thread
Tracking Cruz
Tracking Stephen Jr.

Videos by Kate5555
Part 1 Dr. Sharpe 03-26-12
Part 2 Dr. Sharpe 03-26-12
Part 3 Dr. Sharpe 03-26-12
Part 4 Dr. Sharpe 03-26-12

As The Nest Turns-4/6/11 Video
Third Bald Eagle Egg Hatches on Catalina Island-4/8/11
Third Bald Eagle Egg Hatches on Catalina Island-4/8/11 Video
Bald Eagle Reality Show Plays Out on Channel Islands-4/30/11
The Resurgence of the American Bald Eagle-5/6/11 Video
Bald Eagles Make a Catalina Comeback-5/29/11 Video

American Eagle Foundation Eagle Cam (inactive until spring)
Blackwater Refuge Eagle Cam (Comes back on in December)
Caltrans Eagle Nest at Turtle Bay
Colorado Bald Eagle's Nest Cam
Deschutes National Forest Eagle Cam
Duke's Farm Eagle Cam
Hancock Eagle Cams
National Conservation Training Center (NCTC)
National Eagle Center (NEC)
Norfolk Botanical Gardens
Saanich (Hancock-Sidney)
Sutton Center - Oklahoma
Tesoro Eagle Cam
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Eagle Cam

Africam/Nkorho stream (click on Nkorho stream on the left)
Alaska Grizzly Bear Cam - McNeil River Falls
Alcoa Anglesea Peregrine Falcon Webcam
Animal Cams from Around the World
Australia Animal & Zoos
Beakspeak Bird Cams
Black Bear (Lily) Den Live Cam #1 (temporary cam - January 2010 to ?)
Black Bear (Lily) Den Live Cam #2 (temporary cam - January 2010 to ?)
Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary
Chimney Swift Nestcam (May 1 through September 1)
Crazy Horse Webcam
Dunedin Osprey Nest Cam
Elephant Seal Webcam
Germany Stork Cam
Hancock Wildlife Channel
Hummingbird Cam (Phoebe)
Klamath County Libraries
Monterey Aquarium Live Cams
Moose Watch
MSN Animal Tracks Photo Archive
Nature Cam Commentator
Pete's Pond
Polar Bear Cam
San Diego Zoo Panda Cam
Santa Barbara County Birds (including pictures of A-13)
SeeMore Wildlife Systems
Webcamplaza (WebCams from around the world)
Whooping Crane Operation Migration Web Site
Whooping Crane Operation Migration Web Cam & Videos
Wolftree Golden Eagle Camera

Santa Barbara County Parks Eagles and Wildlife Cruises
Bald Eagle Range in California
Bald Eagles - Guaranteed! Winter at Tule Lake Refuge
Bald Eagles of Shasta & Trinity Lakes
Bald Eagles Spotted - Deep Creek Hot Springs, Apple Valley, California
Boney Mountain Wilderness at Point Mugu State Park (historical article)
Breeding Program at SF Zoo Completed as Birds Fly East
California Bird Photography - Bald Eagle
Carol Leigh's Photographing California - Bald Eagle Viewing Locations
CSU Endangered Species Recovery Program
Eagle Viewing Directory - California
Free Bald Eagle Guided Tours
HCPB - Bald Eagles in California
HCPB - Bald Eagle Viewing Opportunities in California
Millerton Lake State Recreation Area - Bald Eagle Winter Home
Monterey County Parks--Bald Eagle Tours
SC Predatory Bird Research Group - Mid-Winter Survey
SC Predatory Bird Research Group - Migration
SF Zoo - Long Live the Bald Eagle Trailer (May not play)
Ventana Wildlife Society - Bald Eagle Restoration
Where to Scope Out Bald Eagles in Southern California

Eagle Momsters
For The Love of Eagles
Hornby Island Eagles

Auto Screen Recorder Free (Free Recording Program)
CamStudio (Free Screen Recording)
Candle Memorials
Christmas Countdown
Color Code Chart
Electronics Recycling Information
FastStone Image Capture/Resizer/Viewer
Fraps (PC Capture & Video of SC nest)
Free Endangered Wildlife Ringtones
Free Photo Resizing Site
Google Video (free video hosting) Guide to Non-profits
Metacafe (free video hosting)
MotionBox (free video hosting)
PhotoBucket (free image & video hosting)
Picasa Photo Storage (free image hosting)
Putfile (free image & video hosting)
Raptor Species Identification and Photo Gallery
Santa Cruz Island Weather
Saranac Lake Ice Palace seasonal cam
Screen Hunter Free (free capture program)
Scrybe (online organizer)
Smilebox (free video & picture hosting)
SnagIt Screen Capture & Sharing (free 30-day trial)
VirtualDub (free video capture/processing)
What Can You Do on the WWW? (links for most anything you need/want)
Yahoo! Video (free video hosting)
YouTube (free video hosting)

Bald Eagles - Come Back From the Brink
Dianna & Wray's Squabble
Herding Cats
Limuw Flying Free (Jessica & Kim)

Stephen Junior (4-06)
Stephen Jr. Hatches! (4-18-06)
Stephen Jr. Update (6-16-2006)
Eagle P*rn (11-10-06)
Junior Found (12-13-06)
Stephen's in Danger (2-5-07)
Stephen Jr. in Klamath Basin (1-25-09)

Eagle Duo - November 5, 2006 09:39 PM (GMT)
Hi Bee. Where you put the horse info was good...except I didn't see a link, just the info you typed. :huh:

This thread is more for links we'll want to use over and over again, like the IWS sites, other eagle cams, other animal cams, and links that are helpful for taking pictures/videos, etc....sorta like you'd use the Yellow Pages.

Bee - November 19, 2006 08:16 PM (GMT)

Will Patt video:

Hulabird - November 20, 2006 06:50 PM (GMT)

Giveaway of the Day gives you one free commercial software application every day. What's the catch? Each program is available for 24 hours only, and you must install it the day you download it.

To clarify, the software doesn't expire after 24 hours. Rather, you have a 24-hour window in which to nab it and load it. But once that's done, it's yours to keep. Sweet!

Don't expect to find PhotoShop or Quicken here; the selection consists mostly of games, utilities, and the occasional niche app (like the 3D-album designer that appeared a few days ago). Previous days' giveaways are still listed on the site for browsing and buying, but they're not organized or categorized--one area where G of the D needs improvement.

As a die-hard fan of all things free, I am so bookmarking this. It's like found gold.

Hulabird - November 20, 2006 07:35 PM (GMT)
At the top of their homepage, you can subscribe to their daily newsletter so you can get notification of all the programs they offer.

mizqueen - December 13, 2006 07:13 PM (GMT)
My husband discovered a site trying to ID some small raptors we saw this weekend (they were kestrals). For amateur bird watchers, the pictures and ID tips are really helpful - for instance, they use the size of other really common birds to compare.

Bea - December 13, 2006 09:22 PM (GMT)
Mizqueen, great site! Thanks for the link!! Very helpful!

eagle_lover - December 18, 2006 11:10 PM (GMT)
I'd like to share my experiences I have had with the eagle nests I had been watching, here is the link if you liked to read about Big and Lil one also The Hornby Eagles
Lil One

The Hornby Eagles

eagle_lover - December 18, 2006 11:18 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Bee @ Nov 19 2006, 12:16 PM)

Will Patt video:
Click Here
Fun In The Nest

i want to tell you how much I enjoy watching your videos, I have two of yours on my video site and I take no credit for them I have you listed as the video creator. :D thanks for sharing you do excellent captures.

Bee - December 19, 2006 04:01 AM (GMT)
Eagle Lover - I just finished reading your web site and I can't tell you how moving it is. I recognized several of the sections you have listed and enjoyed the ones I hadn't seen before. Thank you so much for sharing and please post more often.

eagle_lover - December 20, 2006 06:16 PM (GMT)
Thank You Bee I will never forget these two nest adventures.Truly a fantastic journey.

hedi - December 23, 2006 10:27 PM (GMT)
Here is another eagle cam to add to our links. They had three eaglets last year.

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service in W. Virginia

Paula eaglet momster - December 27, 2006 07:31 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (hedi @ Dec 23 2006, 02:27 PM)
Here is another eagle cam to add to our links. They had three eaglets last year.

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service in W. Virginia

Thank you ED for posting my "home" cam under the links section. I had posted the link in other posts, but it sure is nice to see it on your permanent list.

We did have 3 eaglets successfully hatch last year, the first year this cam was up. We named them BigBoy, Ms Inbetween and Spunky. We named the parents Liberty (M) and Belle (F). Our 30 second cam just cam back on December 6th, after being down since mid July. The live feed is also operational now. The cam and feed have been up and down since then, as they have installed new equipment and batteries, etc this year, along with a new provider. Hopefully all the kinks will get worked out before egg laying time in mid February.

To view videos and pictures of this season:

or for videos and pictures of this season and last season

The above mentioned blogs do not require you to join, but if you would like to join our yahoo group, (All are welcome! There is plenty of room in the nest!) please visit

or you can email me directly at:

So if you're wondering where I've been, I've been at "Home."


Paula eaglet momster - January 24, 2007 03:09 PM (GMT)
This is the NE Energy/old Northeast Utilities cam. They fledged :<<>>: :<<>>: eaglets last year.

There was an eagle there this morning!

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Cockney2 - January 24, 2007 07:38 PM (GMT)
Paula thanks so much for sharing this was most interesting to read the history of the nest on Barton Island.

Trishrg - February 18, 2007 03:57 PM (GMT)
I didn't see anyone else post this.

Stork cam in Germany is alive and well.

Eagle Duo - June 14, 2007 03:20 PM (GMT)
Looks good, Debi. That link didn't work for me, however. I think this is the same thing at this link:

That's the one I put on the first post with all the other links.

wrightflyer - August 25, 2007 04:03 PM (GMT)
:}^ Hi all,

This is one of my favorite eagle sites - besides :><: yours! - from Pigeon Forge, Tenn - the American Eagle Foundation. What makes this site so special is that they save disabled eagles (who are usually hurt when then encounter man) and they live out their lives in a wonderful protected environment. Liberty and Justice are the stars of the web cam and they have raised many chicks - some theirs, some fostered. They too have had their share of tears. Read their stories at the following link:

Webcam (inactive until spring):


cdn-cdn - August 27, 2007 01:08 PM (GMT)
wrightflyer, that hacktower video was awesome. :)^ Thank you very much for posting the link.

r.e.s. - August 27, 2007 07:11 PM (GMT)
Wonderful video, wrightflyer! (On my first visit there, I hadn't noticed it ... the page it's on is here -- click the word Low, Medium, or High just below the image.)

Hulabird - September 7, 2007 09:40 AM (GMT)
Hey Peeps,

Did ya'll know that another of our loving nestmates Glo has a blog called "For the Love of Eagles"?

I subscribe to it and get an e-mail with the current happenings in the nests all around the country almost everyday. Today she has a nice Tribute to Limuw.

Here's the link:

She also has a forum similar to ours that you can register for as well.

PS: This current entry features Limuw AND The NCTC nest which is our own Paula Eaglet Momsters home nest. She has a really nice blog too. Her link is on the front master link on this thread (page one) under Blogs.

I really can appreciate all the hard work you two ladies put into your lurve of eagles!

Paula eaglet momster - October 8, 2007 06:26 PM (GMT)
Bald Eagle cam in Bend, OR

Willamette Pass in Deschutes National Forest in Central Oregon. This cam is provided by USDA Forest Service, the Oregon Zoo, AT&T, and The National Fish & Wildlife Foundation

Eagle Duo - October 8, 2007 06:37 PM (GMT)
Paula, I can't get this link to work. Will see if I can figure out why before including it on the master list.

Paula eaglet momster - October 9, 2007 04:01 PM (GMT)
Jann - site is back up, but looks like the cam is down :(

Eagle Duo - October 9, 2007 05:06 PM (GMT)
I noticed this at the bottom of the page.....might explain why it's down so much.

Note: this project is currently in a "test phase." There is a possibility the video will blank out for an undetermined period of time. Check back often if you encounter one of these "temporary glitches." Thank you for your patience.

I did put it in the master list. Hopefully it'll be more stable soon.

Hulabird - October 5, 2008 12:20 AM (GMT)
Alcoa in Australia Peregrine Falcon Cam

Michele - October 5, 2008 01:38 AM (GMT)
Deb, I'm glad you posted the link to Alcoa in Australia Peregrine Falcon Cam. I've enjoyed checking it out throughout the day. :)^

Genie616 - December 1, 2008 07:03 PM (GMT)
I am not sure where this should be posted. If this is the wrong place, please feel free to move it, or notify me to post it in a different category. Thanks

My question all of you have the same problem with the Pelican Harbor Win Media Player that I do? Which is that I cannot make the View...Enhancements...Video Settings work. I thought we could make the screen brighter...more contrast...and change Hue with those controls.

But mine will not work. The sliders just return to the middle as soon as I release the cursor.

If anyone has found a way to make them work (on Vista) please let me know. You can even send reply direct to my

Thanks so much

Topa Topa Hikers - December 22, 2008 01:22 PM (GMT)
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