Once again, these cam ops have blown us away with amazing snapshots from the live cams! We are so lucky to have such dedicated volunteers not only operate the cameras but also take these beautiful photos to share with the community. Please see February’s photo winners below! First Place: Meet Seth by CamOp Holly Runner
See our favorite snapshots from the past couple of weeks below! We can’t wait to see what gems you capture next! Great Spirit Bluff Falcon Cam by 5WildlifeKids Decorah Eagle Cam by Suzzi Bella Hummingbird Cam by MelanieLinehan Chesapeake Conservancy Falcon cam by Eaglenut Kitten Rescue cam by MaiaWild
By Ben Lehrer of Kitten Rescue Cerebellar hypoplasia is roughly equivalent to cerebral palsy. The most likely cause of it in a litter of kittens is if the mom is infected with panleukopenia (feline distemper) while pregnant. The disease impacts cell replication in the cerebellum and they are born with impaired motor function. Severity can
Big Cat Rescue is a Tampa, Florida-based sanctuary that saves cats in danger, heals those they’ve rescued and works to end the trade of lion, tigers, cougars and other felines. Now they’ve partnered with us to bring a series of live cams to explore!
We’d love to introduce you to the playful new cats on the Kitten Rescue Cam! Kitten Rescue is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization devoted to finding loving new homes for unwanted cats and kittens. They sent us some info about the kittens you can watch cuddle, pounce, and play every day.