Hello There, Little One! Most of the time our camera setup goes unnoticed by the animals we feature, but every once in a while we get a curious creature. This fluffy little Guillemot chick took it upon himself to assess the live cam in his burrow, and we got an extra-close close-up! Watch our live
Daily Dose of Love: Our Puffling Has Hatched!
A Fluffball In The Burrow! Helloooo, puffling! The Puffin Burrow parents welcome a new chick to their under-boulder nest. It hatched early this morning, a perfect fluffball. Project Puffin director Steve Kress tells us the parents are last year’s on-cam pair, who honeymooned but didn’t raise a chick. Now mom and dad puffin will feed
Meet the newest Penguin Chick!
Please welcome Aquarium of the Pacific‘s newest member! The newest chick is a Magellanic Penguin who was previously being taken of by its parents. Now that it is old enough, it will be staying in a supervised nursery where it is now learning how to take a whole fish from keepers and how to swim
Nest with a New Pair of Penguin Parents
We love relaxing on the Beach and swimming underwater with the Magellanic Penguins of the Aquarium of the Pacific. Now we get an intimate look into the nesting life of a pair of lovebirds as they incubate an egg and care for a chick on the Magellanic Penguin Nest Cam. Meet mama and papa-to-be Shim
Adorable owlet rips apart rodent
Sometimes the cutest owl chicks do less-than-adorable (but still fascinating) things. Check out this video of what looks like the Great Horned Owl chick ripping apart a rodent. Experts from the Owl Research Institute informs us further: