Six Wildlife Webcams for Fall

With summer winding down, you might be trading your beach balls for boots, but nature’s action doesn’t have an off-season. Just click in, sit back, and watch nature unfold. (Unfortunately, many table turkeys come from factory farms, so when shopping for yours this holiday season, look for labels advertising free-range or organic poultry.) North American alligators take the cake for having the most forceful bite of any living animal, and can grow up to 15 feet long. You can watch these fearsome reptiles and their pink-feathered neighbors, the spoonbills, sunbathe and swim anytime. We recommend tuning in for daily feedings at 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. PST. Feeling nervous? Don’t worry—these hallmarks of Halloween much prefer gorging on horses and cows over humans, and don’t take enough blood to harm their hosts. These fluffy predators weigh between two and three pounds, but with a wingspan of up to five feet, they’re North America’s largest species of owl.

With summer winding down, you might be trading your beach balls for boots, but nature’s action doesn’t have an off-season. We’ve scouted out six action-packed livestreams that will turn your computer screen into a breathtaking landscape. Just click in, sit back, and watch nature unfold.

Turkey Cam

Fall means Turkey Day is around the corner, so get thankful with the rescued turkeys at Farm Sanctuary turkey barn in Watkins Glen, New York, as they eat, relax, and interact with their chicken and goat neighbors. Whereas many factory farms raise animals in battery cages in tiny airless warehouses, Farm Sanctuary prioritizes individual care and humane treatment. (Unfortunately, many table turkeys come from factory farms, so when shopping for yours this holiday season, look for labels advertising free-range or organic poultry.)

Gator Cam

Live from the swamp at St. Augustine’s Alligator Farm Zoological Park in Florida, this slimy cam features alligators anywhere from eight to 70 years old. North American alligators take the cake for having the most forceful bite of any living animal, and can grow up to 15 feet long. You can watch these fearsome reptiles and their pink-feathered neighbors, the spoonbills, sunbathe and swim anytime. We recommend tuning in for daily feedings at 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. PST.

Vampire Bat Cam

You might need to turn up your brightness for this…

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