The Friends of Blackwater have launched a new Waterfowl Cam located at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge (BNWR).
The camera is a pan-tilt-zoom streaming video cam with a microphone and is installed on a dike within man-made freshwater ponds at the Refuge. The cam pans between a variety of different vantage points every couple minutes.
Friends of Blackwater plans to leave the cam on during the fall/winter migration seasons (October through March) when the Refuge hosts Canada geese, snow geese, tundra swans, ducks, herons, falcons, eagles, and hawks.
The cam feed is also visible on a monitor in the Blackwater NWR Visitor Center.
The Waterfowl Cam is one of two online cams available during fall and winter.
The Blackwater Refuge Osprey Cam is visited by bald eagles and a variety of visiting birds during the fall/winter seasons. During the spring/summer seasons, the platform hosts nesting ospreys.
The Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge Waterfowl Cam can be accessed at:friendsofblackwater.org/waterfowl-cam.html
source: Friends of Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge