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AfriCam(English only)

Live imagery from Kruger National Park and numerous other privately-run game reserves along the Northeast border of South Africa. The waterhole-cam idea is quite interesting; imagery from car-mounted cameras on game drives as well. Sound recently added. OrcaLive staff members are hooked.
See more wildlife

Imagery from cameras set up along the MacNeil River in Alaska by video artist Daniel Katz (a friend of Paul Spong). Closes down in the winter while the bears are in hibernation.
Soundbum(Japanese only)

Soundbum began "journeying to listen to sound" in 1999. To date, it has conducted sound tours from nature and inhabited cities in the Fiji Islands, Alaska, Malaysia, Portugal, Taiwan, and Russia, just to mention a few. Dozens of participants have experienced a new form of travel through sound. The project launched its journey to Hanson Island in 2001.
Live Imagery of Kamoike(Japanese only)

Live imagery from Kamoike Lake in Kaga City, a paradise for tens of thousands of wild birds during fall and winter. Remote cameras too.
Living Creatures Live Collection
--Live Alive Camera
(Japanese only)


A substantial collection of links to live imagery of living creatures, albeit those in the wild are few.
Sekai no mado(Windows on the world; Japanese only)

Links to almost 1200 live cameras around the world.
Sekai no teichi kamera(Fixed-location cameras of the world; Japanese only)

Another collection of links to live cameras.
Live! Universe

Began as Live! Eclipse, a site that relayed total solar eclipses live, the non-profit organization now attempts live broadcasts of a variety of astronomical phenomena including the transit of the sunlit surface of Venus.
Race Rocks Lighthouse

Images from live cameras on the Race Rock lighthouse, located on a tiny island several kilometers off the southern tip of coast of Vancouver Island.
Think the Earth Project

Projects -- like a wristwatch in the form of a globe (Earth) as seen from outer space that expresses Earth time -- designed to inspire people to "think about the Earth" as part of everyday living. Live Earth, a new feature of the OrcaLive website as of 2004, is presented by TTE Project.