Join us on Friday, June 23rd, at 2 pm PST as we close out owl season with Founder and President of Owl Research Institute and host of explore’s Great Horned and Long-eared Owl Cams. Have questions for Denver? Submit them in the comments below and we look forward to hearing from you all on the
If you have been watch the Hog Island Audubon Osprey Live Cam, then you have noticed we have three sweet new osprey chicks! Rachel and Steve have been such incredible parents, as you have probably witnessed, and so we thought it would be a great time to name the three chicks! To help get those creative
DN4 has fledged! After an accidental (and suspenseful) fledge, we have received confirmation that DN4 is successfully flying and exploring the area! He has also returned to the nest, a nice surprise for explore! ECAD has a new litter! Please welcome Midori’s litter! Check out her puptatoes here! Two of Charlo Montana Osprey’s eggs have hatched!
Great Gray Owlet Inspects Camera! Ever since the Great Gray Owlets left their nest, they’ve been busy exploring the world around them. Our cam ops even spotted this curious owlet inspecting our live cam setup! No word on whether he was impressed, but he did give us a cool and unexpected close-up. Try and catch
Tern Tern Terns! Sure, cute and colorful puffins are the marquee stars of the Audubon Puffin Boulder Berm Cam, but thousands of other seabirds make Maine’s Seal Island their summer home, too. Arctic terns, guillemots, murres, and seagulls enjoy the sun, surf, and sanctuary the island provides to raise their own families! Rick | explore.org