This post has been contributed by Greg Hart, Urban Wildlife Programs Coordinator with the Stanley Park Ecology Society (“SPES”). I have been following SPES since I moved into the West End a decade ago and I have been a member for three years. I wanted to offer the team an opportunity to share their news, […]
Archive of posts tagged "webcam"
It’s fairly easy to get out and about in Vancouver, becoming one with nature on seaside paths and forest trails. However it’s not often that you can get up close with wildlife–especially birds–and that’s where strategically located webcams come in handy. Here are just a few online spaces where you can view creatures and critters […]
Recently the City of Surrey launched a series of webcams, embedded through a Google Map on their site, that take you from the Patullo Bridge down to Serpentine Fen. It’s unfortunate that they didn’t supply the map in an embeddable form or link back to its source on Google Maps however with images updated every […]
I’ve featured a few area webcams before however on days like today, when people need to get across the region while the roads are covered in ice, snow, and drivers that certainly are not used to these conditions, it may come in handy to check out the routes before you leave the comfort of your […]
Although Katkam‘s Western view has been the webcam of choice for years, during last year’s blogathon I found a site that listed over a dozen webcams from around the Vancouver area. A few weeks ago on my Talk1410am segment I highlighted a few more area views and I discovered the many sides of the Vancouver.com […]
A reader just sent along this link, which contains a grouping of local webcams that is beyond compare. It features updating webcams covering various locations between Seattle, WA and Whitehorse, Yukon. Gulf Islands, Blackcomb and the Shuswap all are available as well. Thanks for the tip! Blogathon: Post #30