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Birdie is a 3 1/2 year old yellow Labrador from Southeastern Guide Dogs in Tampa, FL. This is her fourth and final litter for their program. She was bred to Rory, a black Labrador who is a stud for Southeastern Guide Dogs. The majority of this litter will be sent back to Florida to continue their training as future guide dogs. Two pups will stay at Bergin University and join their training program. Bergin University of Canine Studies is accredited by ACICS (a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the US Dept. of Ed) to award Associate of Science, Bachelor of Science, and Master of Science degrees. This is the place where new ideas in canine studies and research appear, educated dog trainers are produced, service dogs are matched with clients with physical disabilities and veterans with combat-related issues, and therapeutic programs for veterans, at-risk youth, and prisoners are born. http://files.explore.org/files/EXP_Irai+Inquisitive_150px.jpg
Animal Wellness Foundation is a non-profit (501c3) animal rescue based in California. Combining top-notch medical care with compassionate animal rescue, they provide homeless pets the best chance at happily ever after. Animal Wellness Foundation emerged from the trenches of the veterinary hospital Animal Wellness Centers in Marina del Rey, CA. Their goal is simple: to keep companions in their loving homes by assisting low-income families with medical expenses while also finding forever homes for lost, abandoned, and neglected animals. All animals on the Animal Wellness Cam were previously in danger of being euthanized at a local Los Angeles animal shelter, or were formerly abandoned to the streets. Each year 4 million animals are killed in shelters in the U.S. alone - that’s over 10,000 animals per day. All the animals featured here are available for adoption. http://files.explore.org/files/AnimalWellness01_150x90.jpg
Animal Wellness Foundation is a non-profit (501c3) animal rescue based in California. Combining top-notch medical care with compassionate animal rescue, they provide homeless pets the best chance at happily ever after. Animal Wellness Foundation emerged from the trenches of the veterinary hospital Animal Wellness Centers in Marina del Rey, CA. Their goal is simple: to keep companions in their loving homes by assisting low-income families with medical expenses while also finding forever homes for lost, abandoned, and neglected animals. All animals on the Animal Wellness Cam were previously in danger of being euthanized at a local Los Angeles animal shelter, or were formerly abandoned to the streets. Each year 4 million animals are killed in shelters in the U.S. alone - that’s over 10,000 animals per day. All the animals featured here are available for adoption. http://files.explore.org/files/AnimalWellness04_150x90.jpg
Best Viewing Hours24/7 Learn More & Get Involved · Service Dog Project Meet the new litter of Great Dane puppies born at the Service Dog Project. Located in Ipswich, Massachusetts, the Service Dog Project rests on a 12-acre property with heated kennels, fields, and a large arena. These areas provide the necessary space to raise the dogs from birth to graduation, and even back for retirement if needed. Scarlot's service puppies will eventually be placed with people who have Multiple Sclerosis, individuals with Friedreich’s ataxia, and veterans with disabilities. Each dog receives extensive training for balance, and once a dog is paired with an applicant, the dog is uniquely trained to suit the recipient’s needs. http://files.explore.org/files/DogBlessYou_ServiceDogProject_NurseryCam_Classic_150px.jpg
Best Viewing Hours24/7 Learn More & Get Involved · Service Dog Project Meet the new litter of Great Dane puppies born at the Service Dog Project. Located in Ipswich, Massachusetts, the Service Dog Project rests on a 12-acre property with heated kennels, fields, and a large arena. These areas provide the necessary space to raise the dogs from birth to graduation, and even back for retirement if needed. Service puppies will eventually be placed with people who have Multiple Sclerosis, individuals with Friedreich’s ataxia, and veterans with disabilities. Each dog receives extensive training for balance, and once a dog is paired with an applicant, the dog is uniquely trained to suit the recipient’s needs. http://files.explore.org/files/EXP_service-dog-project_150px.jpg
Best Viewing Hours6:00am - 7:30pm ET Learn More & Get Involved · Service Dog Project Meet the Great Dane puppies being raised at the Service Dog Project. Located in Ipswich, Massachusetts, the Service Dog Project rests on a 12-acre property with heated kennels, fields, and a large arena. These areas provide the necessary space to raise the dogs from birth to graduation, and even back for retirement if needed. Service Dog Project puppies will eventually be placed with children and war veterans with Multiple Sclerosis, Friedreich’s ataxia, and other mobility issues. Each dog receives extensive training for balance, and once a dog is paired with an applicant, the dog is uniquely trained to suit the recipient’s needs. http://files.explore.org/files/great-danes_puppy-hill_150px.jpg
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Best Viewing Hours5:00pm - 8:00am & 12:00pm - 1:00pm ET Learn More & Get Involved · Service Dog Project Meet the Great Dane puppies being raised at the Service Dog Project. Located in Ipswich, Massachusetts, the Service Dog Project rests on a 12-acre property with heated kennels, fields, and a large arena. These areas provide the necessary space to raise the dogs from birth to graduation, and even back for retirement if needed. Service Dog Project puppies will eventually be placed with children and war veterans with Multiple Sclerosis, Friedreich’s ataxia, and other mobility issues. Each dog receives extensive training for balance, and once a dog is paired with an applicant, the dog is uniquely trained to suit the recipient’s needs. http://files.explore.org/files/great-danes_indoor-puppy-room_150px.jpg
The Outdoor Kennel Camera provides a view of the Service Dog Project's outdoor V-Kennel area. Future service dogs come here as young puppies to play with their siblings and the many guests who visit them. This personal interaction gets the puppies used to human contact at a very early age. Also viewable on cam is the infamous http://files.explore.org/files/DogBlessYou_ServiceDogProject_OutdoorKennels_Winter_Classic_150px.jpg
Welcome to the Warrior Canine Connection (WCC) Puppy Enrichment Center! It is here that Wounded Warriors and WCC staff and volunteers give WCC’s Golden and Labrador Retriever puppies the early nurturing and training they need to develop into life-changing service dog partners of combat Veterans with disabilities. The puppies learn to love, trust, and bond with humans through all of the positive interactions they have with legions of Warriors and volunteers. This is where they learn how to learn, and then progress to basic commands starting at about four weeks of age. http://files.explore.org/files/Warrior-Canine-Connection-150px.jpg
From OrcaLab HQ, this cam brings wide views of Blackney Pass, one of the main travel routes for Northern Resident orca families during the summer and fall. It also monitors humpback whales and steller sea lions. Catch spectacular sunrises all year round from beyond the mountains of Vancouver Island. OrcaLab’s whale research station is located on Hanson Island in British Columbia’s Johnstone Strait at Blackfish Sound. These waters are the summer home to over 150 orca whales, and an ideal place to study the whales in their natural habitat. To that end, OrcaLab set up a network of remote hydrophones covering 50 sq. km of the surrounding core habitat for Northern Resident orcas. The lab has long shared its library of orca songs with a worldwide audience. It now adds a visual dimension, streaming a series of live cameras in partnership with explore.org. http://files.explore.org/files/ExploreThumb_OrcalabBaseCam_150px.jpg
Cracroft Point, at the juncture of Blackney Pass and Johnstone Strait, is one of the most common thoroughfares for orcas, and a location where they spend time foraging. Orca families often pass close to Cracroft Point as they head further out into the Strait. OrcaLab’s whale research station is located on Hanson Island in British Columbia’s Johnstone Strait at Blackfish Sound. These waters are the summer home to over 150 orca whales, and an ideal place to study the whales in their natural habitat. To that end, OrcaLab set up a network of remote hydrophones covering 50 sq. km of the surrounding core habitat for Northern Resident orcas. The lab has long shared its library of orca songs with a worldwide audience. It now adds a visual dimension, streaming a series of live cameras in partnership with explore.org. http://files.explore.org/files/Cracroft-Point_Surface_ExploreThumb150x90.jpg
Get extraordinary views below the surface of one of the most common thoroughfares for orcas. See the whales as they forage around Cracroft Point, with orca families passing close by as they head further out into the Strait. OrcaLab’s whale research station is located on Hanson Island in British Columbia’s Johnstone Strait at Blackfish Sound. These waters are the summer home to over 150 orca whales, and an ideal place to study the whales in their natural habitat. To that end, OrcaLab set up a network of remote hydrophones covering 50 sq. km of the surrounding core habitat for Northern Resident orcas. The lab has long shared its library of orca songs with a worldwide audience. It now adds a visual dimension, streaming a series of live cameras in partnership with explore.org. http://files.explore.org/files/Cracroft%20PointUnderwater_ExploreThumb150x90.jpg
Beach rubbing, in which orcas make shallow dives to brush their bodies over smooth pebbles, is unique to the families of the Northern Resident orca community. Rubbing Beach is part of the Robson Bight Ecological Reserve, so it’s off-limits to recreational vessels. The two live cams here offer otherwise unobtainable view of this orca cultural behavior. One camera is mounted in a high tree at the back of the beach, the other on a lower tree that overlooks the beginning of rubs. Because the water is shallow, we can clearly see the orcas underwater. OrcaLab’s whale research station is located on Hanson Island in British Columbia’s Johnstone Strait at Blackfish Sound. These waters are the summer home to over 150 orca whales, and an ideal place to study the whales in their natural habitat. To that end, OrcaLab set up a network of remote hydrophones covering 50 sq. km of the surrounding core habitat for Northern Resident orcas. The lab has long shared its library of orca songs with a worldwide audience. It now adds a visual dimension, streaming a series of live cameras in partnership with explore.org. http://files.explore.org/files/RubbingBeach_ExploreThumb150x90.jpg
Mounted high above one of the main travel routes for the orcas, the Parson Island Cam covers the entrance of Blackney Pass as it meets Johnstone Strait. OrcaLab’s whale research station is located on Hanson Island in British Columbia’s Johnstone Strait at Blackfish Sound. These waters are the summer home to over 150 orca whales, and an ideal place to study the whales in their natural habitat. To that end, OrcaLab set up a network of remote hydrophones covering 50 sq. km of the surrounding core habitat for Northern Resident orcas. The lab has long shared its library of orca songs with a worldwide audience. It now adds a visual dimension, streaming a series of live cameras in partnership with explore.org. http://files.explore.org/files/ParsonIsland_ExploreThumb150x90.jpg
Bison are the largest indigenous land mammal on the North American continent. Considered a keystone species, these wooly herbivores helped shaped the ecology of the Great Plains today. At least 80% of Canada's native prairie has been lost, yet at Grasslands National Park there is a flourishing herd of plains bison that freely roam their native prairie. Three web cams have been installed in the West Block of Grasslands National Park near the watering hole and Ecotour Black Tailed Prairie Dog Colony. These cameras will provide insight into the daily life of the plains bison, the black-tailed prairie dogs and other predatory animals. A prescribed burn was completed in April to help with the greening process of the prairie grasses to attract bison to the watering hole area. Grasslands National Park is home to a unique blend of prairie-adapted common and endangered species from the Pronghorn Antelope, Sage Grouse, Burrowing Owl, and Ferruginous Hawk to the Prairie Rattlesnake and Greater Short-horned Lizard. Grasslands and the area immediately around the park are the only places in Canada where Black-tailed Prairie Dogs and Black-footed Ferrets exist in their native habitat. Parks Canada's Mandate: On behalf of the people of Canada, we protect and present nationally significant examples of Canada's natural and cultural heritage and foster public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment in ways that ensure their ecological and commemorative integrity for present and future generations. Parks Canada works to ensure Canada’s historic and natural heritage is protected and, through a network of 44 national parks, 167 national historic sites, and four national marine conservation areas, invites Canadians and people around the world to engage in personal moments of inspiring discovery at our treasured natural and historic places. http://files.explore.org/files/Bisons_2-150px.jpg
Bison are the largest indigenous land mammal on the North American continent. Considered a keystone species, these wooly herbivores helped shaped the ecology of the Great Plains today. At least 80% of Canada's native prairie has been lost, yet at Grasslands National Park there is a flourishing herd of plains bison that freely roam their native prairie. Three web cams have been installed in the West Block of Grasslands National Park near the watering hole and Ecotour Black Tailed Prairie Dog Colony. These cameras will provide insight into the daily life of the plains bison, the black-tailed prairie dogs and other predatory animals. A prescribed burn was completed in April to help with the greening process of the prairie grasses to attract bison to the watering hole area. Grasslands National Park is home to a unique blend of prairie-adapted common and endangered species from the Pronghorn Antelope, Sage Grouse, Burrowing Owl, and Ferruginous Hawk to the Prairie Rattlesnake and Greater Short-horned Lizard. Grasslands and the area immediately around the park are the only places in Canada where Black-tailed Prairie Dogs and Black-footed Ferrets exist in their native habitat. Parks Canada's Mandate: On behalf of the people of Canada, we protect and present nationally significant examples of Canada's natural and cultural heritage and foster public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment in ways that ensure their ecological and commemorative integrity for present and future generations. Parks Canada works to ensure Canada’s historic and natural heritage is protected and, through a network of 44 national parks, 167 national historic sites, and four national marine conservation areas, invites Canadians and people around the world to engage in personal moments of inspiring discovery at our treasured natural and historic places. http://files.explore.org/files/Bisons_1-150px.jpg
Aurora Borealis is a natural light display caused by the collision of energetic charged particles with atoms in high altitude atmospheres. Experience the beauty of this scientific phenomenon, and let us know if you catch an amazing burst of light. http://files.explore.org/files/northern_lights-150px.jpg
Best Viewing Hours24/7 Tune in even at night and check out the infrared view! Learn More & Get Involved · Subscribe to Audubon Wingspan · Learn about our Audubon Camp · Adopt-A-Puffin · Project Puffin Visitor Center · Puffin Watching Tour This Osprey nest is perched atop a 30 foot tower located at the Audubon Camp in Maine on Hog Island. Ospreys are the only birds of prey that rely almost entirely on fish, so they nest and raise their chicks near water. They return to Hog Island each year in early April after wintering in South America. The Hog Island ospreys laid the first of their three eggs on April 26, and incubation time is 35-42 days. The female (recognized by the heavy striped pattern on her breast) does most of the incubation and the male often feeds her at the nest. After the eggs hatch, the parents brood the chicks, protecting them from extreme weather and predators. They are very diligent parents, never leaving the chicks unprotected - even at night when Great Horned Owls might threaten the chicks. The parents are great providers of fish, hovering 30-100 feet above the sea, before plunging feet first under water, snagging the fish with their sharp talons. About fifty days after hatching, the young start exercising their wings in the nest and take their first practice flights from the nest. In early September, the young will begin their solo journey From Maine south along the Atlantic Flyway, passing through the Caribbean to winter in South America as far south as Chile. http://files.explore.org/files/EXP_Osprey_1_150x90.jpg
Learn More & Get Involved · Bella Hummingbird Little Bella the hummingbird has been nesting in the branches of a ficus tree in La Verne, California since at least 2005. Diligently raising up to four to five broods every year, in a nest the about size of half a golf ball. Each of her precious eggs are slightly bigger than a Tic Tac. After about two and a half weeks, the eggs hatch and the tiny little chicks will begin exploring the world. Bella protects her babies and feeds them a diet of insects and nectar. The babies fledge 21-25 days from hatch and are ready to discover the joys of flight. Join our loyal community of viewers in watching this patient mother throughout her breeding season. http://files.explore.org/files/Bella-Nest_150x90.jpg
Learn More & Get Involved · Teens4Oceans Above water overlooking the Mid-Atlantic Ocean, this camera gives us a bird’s eye view of the ocean surrounding the Frying Pan Tower. When weather moves in, you’ll see a swift change in the waves and want to watch the storm roll through. On other days, the sunrise, sunset, and expansive clouds on the horizon will be dramatic highlights to your day. Groups travel to the Frying PanTower regularly for dive trips, volunteer restoration work, or vacation. Travel to the tower happens by boat or by helicopter, with the helicopters landing on the helipad in clear view of the camera. How do people get to the main level from a boat? They are raised by a hoist in a lift certified bosun’s chair. http://files.explore.org/files/FryingPan_OceanCam_Classic_150px.jpg
Learn More & Get Involved · Teens4Oceans Wilmington Tower, located 25 miles inland from Cape Fear, North Carolina, gives us a bird’s eye view of the nearest land to Frying Pan Tower and also serves as the land-based hub for the Frying Pan camera network.Below the tower you’ll see the rich forest North Carolina that grows so lush thanks to the region’s temperate climate. The forest is occasionally blocked by low, dense cloud cover, but a view toward the horizon will show the sun peeking through the cloud layers above. Over time, this camera will gather useful imagery of seasonal changes in the Wilmington area. http://files.explore.org/files/FryingPan_TallTower_Revised_Clean_150px.jpg
Related Links · Tide Predictions for King Salmon · Katmai National Park and Preserve · Alaska Peninsula and Becharof National Wildlife Refuges · Alaska Department of Fish and Game You are watching live footage of the Naknek River in King Salmon, Alaska. In the spring, the Naknek River is one of first ice-free places in the area attracting thousands of migrating swans, geese, and ducks. During April and May, beluga whales swim up the Naknek River chasing schools of smelt. http://files.explore.org/files/Naknek_Swan02_Classic_150px.jpg
Related Links · HOneyBee Online Studies · Beekeepers School · The swarm Exchange Take an intimate look a life of a beehive. This infrared view of the inside of the hive shows the complex inner workings of the colony as they build combs, produce honey, protect the queen, and raise a new generation of workers and drones. Building their communal home inside a large hollow log, the hive is located in the town of Waal in Bavaria, Germany. http://files.explore.org/files/EXP3_Bees-Hive_150px.jpg
Related Links · HOneyBee Online Studies · Beekeepers School · The swarm Exchange Take an intimate look a life of a beehive. This live camera is situated at one of the hive entrances where a constant stream of Carniolan honey bees flows by. Building their communal home inside a large hollow log, the colony is located in the town of Waal in Bavaria, Germany. http://files.explore.org/files/EXP3_Bees-Landing-Zone_150px.jpg
Related Links · Questions & Answers You are looking at the magnificent west coast sea nettles in the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach. West coast sea nettles are a type of jelly, an invertebrate made up mostly of water. Jellies have no heart, brain or bones. They swim by jet propulsion; by expanding then quickly contracting, water is forced away from its bell-shaped body, pushing the jelly in the opposite direction. The aquarium has successfully cultured this species for many years and often shares the jellies with other aquariums. It takes about three months to rear the jellies from polyps to ephyrae, the adult stage. http://files.explore.org/files/jellyfish-blue-2_150px.jpg
Related Links Aquarium of the Pacific · Exhibit Overview Learn more about the ocean’s most mysterious and misunderstood predators. Shark Lagoon features sandbar, sand tiger, zebra, nurse, and blacktip reef sharks, as well as a freshwater sawfish and reticulated whiptail rays. The large sharks in Shark Lagoon are fed at 2:00pm PT daily! http://files.explore.org/files/shark_150_90.jpg
Related Links · Aquarium of the Pacific Weedy seadragons are found only in Australian coastal waters where they are most commonly found in a thin strip of shallow water along the coastline. Although they appear to be seaweed when drifting in the water column almost motionless, weedy seadragons are actually bony fish. They are related to seahorses, pipefish, and seamoths. http://files.explore.org/files/EXP_Weedy-Sea-Dragon_150px.jpg
Founded in 1997, Kitten Rescue is a Los Angeles-based no-kill animal rescue organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of homeless and abandoned cats and kittens. Each year, our network of over 100 volunteer foster homes rescue and adopt out nearly 1,000 cats. Many of our rescues come from high-kill city and county shelters, where less than one in three impounded cats make it out alive. Every one of our rescues is spayed/neutered, tested for leukemia and FIV, vaccinated and microchipped prior to adoption. This cat family resides in their own special room at the Kitten Rescue Sanctuary, a private shelter and sanctuary facility that houses around 100 cats in a cage-free setting. http://files.explore.org/files/2Kitten-Rescue-Cam_150px.jpg
Located on the North Shore of Oahu in Ehukai Beach, the Banzai Pipeline is considered one of the most famous and dangerous waves in world. Surfers from all over come to Pipeline in hopes to catch the tube of their life. http://files.explore.org/files/waimea-wave_150px.jpg
Waimea Bay is considered the birth place to big wave surfing. Courageous surfers from around the world travel to experience waves here that can top 50 feet. http://files.explore.org/files/hawaii-pipeline-2_150px.jpg
Related Links · Aquarium of the Pacific The underwater view of the exhibit features Magellanic penguins, some of which were rescued from Brazil where they were stranded outside their native habitat. The penguins join the Aquarium’s collection of more than 11,000 animals in the institution’s fifty exhibits representing the diversity of the Pacific Ocean. http://files.explore.org/files/Penguins_1-150px_.jpg
Related Links · Aquarium of the Pacific The above water view of the exhibit features Magellanic penguins, some of which were rescued from Brazil where they were stranded outside their native habitat. The penguins join the Aquarium’s collection of more than 11,000 animals in the institution’s fifty exhibits representing the diversity of the Pacific Ocean. http://files.explore.org/files/Penguins_2-150px.jpg
Related Links · Aquarium of the Pacific Considered by many to be among the most beautiful in the world, Palau’s waters contain an incredible diversity of coral, fish, and other colorful marine life. This Live Cam represents the beautiful marine life you would find off the coast of Palau, including several fish that have the unique ability to switch sexes such as the wrasse and anthias. In most such species, individuals begin as females and develop into males. These males then typically change color and shape, and assume a dominant role in the local social structures of the species. http://files.explore.org/files/Tropical_Pacific_150x90.jpg
Related Links · Aquarium of the Pacific This 142,000-gallon, three-story high exhibit stands at the end of the Aquarium’s Great Hall of the Pacific and features ocean inhabitants found off the coast of Catalina Island. http://files.explore.org/files/BlueCave_150x90.jpg
Related Links · Aquarium of the Pacific The Tropical Reef Habitat is the Aquarium's largest exhibit, containing 350,000 gallons of water and over 1,000 animals. This exhibit represents the famous Blue Corner off the coast of Palau. This area, lush and abundant with life, is considered one of the most beautiful diverse sites in the world. You may catch a diver on cam cleaning the exhibit or feeding the fish. Most divers are volunteers, donating their time to clean the exhibit, and feed the animals. http://files.explore.org/files/Aquarium_150x90.jpg
Watch the sunrise over the pristine coastline of Turtle Bay on the northern tip of Oahu, home to the endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal. http://files.explore.org/files/EXP_Turtle-Bay-East_150px.jpg
Watch the sunset over the serene waters of Turtle Bay, on the northern tip of Oahu, home of the protected green sea turtle. http://files.explore.org/files/EXP_Turtle-Bay-West_150px.jpg

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