The seven live cams below offer awesome views of aquatic nature from around the world, and the best part is you can watch them from the comfort of your home, or even your office. Beluga Whale Cam Get up close and personal with incredible beluga whales, thanks to the Sea North Tours' web cams affixed to their beluga whale watching tour boats.Every year as the ice breaks up on in the Hudson Bay in Canada, thousands of beluga whales come to the bay to feed, mate, and swim.Pipeline Cam Surfers from all over the world come to the Banzai Pipeline on the North Shore of Oahu in hopes of catching the best surf of their life.
On Thursday afternoon, viewers caught a glimpse of the beginning of the hatching process, the first crack in an egg’s shell.For the best shark viewing tune in between 5 and 7pm EST. The first of two baby American bald eagles has begun to hatch in Fort Myers, Florida, delighting millions of people who have tuned in to watch the eaglets emerge.Catch all the action from above and below the water thanks to the National Park Service, which has Bear Cams on the Brooks River in the Katmai National Park & Preserve in Alaska.
For prime viewing, check in between 8am to pm Alaska Daylight Time.
Located in a protected lagoon, the live camera only runs during daylight hours, but shows the pristine reef by their location and the marine life that calls its home.