Cool webcams

Cool webcams

Live webcams from around the world! Coolwebcams.net is the catalog of live webcams around the world. The catalog is divided into countries and cities. You can at any time immerse yourself in the world of online travel.

Popular webcams:

Webcam overlooking the birch tree with a Far Eastern stork nest, Beryozovsky reserveWebcam overlooking the birch tree with a Far Eastern stork nest, Beryozovsky reserve
Live webcam submits a view of a birch tree with a Far Eastern stork nest in the Berezovsky reserve. The camera is set 20 meters from birch and allows viewers to see what is happening around the nest in real time. In the field of view webcam gets not only birches with a nest, but also a field near a birch grove, which is positioned 5 kilometers from the village of Berezovka in Ivanovsky District in the Amur Region in Russia.

Webcam in the stork nest in Stary SlavatsinekeWebcam in the stork nest in Stary Slavatsineke
Webcam demonstrates the nest of white storks in the Polish village of Stary Slavatsinek.

Webcam at osprey nestWebcam at osprey nest
Live webcam broadcasts an ospreys nest in Latvia. Osprey (lats Pandion haliaetus.) - A bird of prey, common in both hemispheres, the only member of the family Skopin (Pandionidae).

Webcam at the nest of a black stork, EstoniaWebcam at the nest of a black stork, Estonia
Live webcam transmits a black stork nest in Estonia in real time. This broadcast can be watched around the clock, because in the dark, to illuminate the stork nest on the camera, an infrared light (invisible to birds) is turned on. This nest was built by bird watchers in 2006.

Webcam at the north nest of Bald Eagles, Decorah, IowaWebcam at the north nest of Bald Eagles, Decorah, Iowa
Live PTZ webcam installed at the nest of bald eagles north of the city of Decorah, Iowa, USA. The camera transmits in real time a view of the nest, which is placed on a large white oak tree. This webcam is periodically controlled by an operator who tries to show the live broadcast to the audience the most interesting things that happen in the life of these birds of prey.

Venice WebcamVenice Webcam
Venice Webcam: live view of Grand Canal. You'll enjoy the same Grand Canal views as those which inspired French impressionist artist Claude Monet who painted Venice while visiting.

Webcam at the nest of black storks, Notecka Forest, PolandWebcam at the nest of black storks, Notecka Forest, Poland
Live webcam is located near the nest of black storks in the Serakow Forest District in the forest of Notecka, Poland. The nest is located on the branches of an old dead dry oak, and the camera is set on a nearby pine tree. According to the ornithologists who installed this live cam, the nest is very heavy, but this is not a problem, and the branches of the oak will withstand its weight.

Webcam with a view of the Ponte delle Guglie bridge, Venice, ItalyWebcam with a view of the Ponte delle Guglie bridge, Venice, Italy
Live webcam webcasts a view of the Ponte delle Guglie bridge in Venice, Italy. The camera is positioned at the Hotel Filu, which is located north of the bridge. The Ponte delle Guglie (the «bridge of spiers») is one of the two bridges of Venice across the Cannaregio Canal. It is located near the western end of the Cannaregio Canal, next to the Venezia Santa Lucia train station. The bridge itself is located directly in front of the point where the Cannaregio Canal flows into the Grand Canal, right inside the bend leading to the Rialto Bridge.

Webcam at the nest of black storks, Lodz VoivodeshipWebcam at the nest of black storks, Lodz Voivodeship
Live webcam webcasts a view of the nest of black storks in real time. The infrared camera is placed on a tree in a wild forest in the Lodz Voivodeship of Poland. The exact coordinates of the nest are kept secret by the authors of the broadcast.

Bald eagles nest webcam, Redding, CaliforniaBald eagles nest webcam, Redding, California
Live webcam demonstrates a nest of Bald eagles in the city of Redding, California, USA. The camera works in real time and allows you to remotely observe birds without interfering with their natural life. These bald eagles nest in a tree in Turtle Bay near the Sacramento River in a forestry area.

Travel online, you will see the whole world from the screen of your monitor using live web cameras in real time.