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Category: Webcams

TundraCam website gets major redesign

One of the webcams I’ve enjoyed for many years, the TundraCam on Niwot Ridge near Nederland, Colo., is now hosted on a handsome new website. The live webcam is a […]

Panning around Boulder

For those with a particular interest in Boulder, Colo., there’s a new webcam … or perhaps it’s just a new function of a previously existing webcam. It’s live streaming and […]

Cool off with the Katmai bears

Looking for a way to escape the summer heat? Don’t forget the live bear cam in Katmai National Park, Alaska. Icy whitewater, leaping salmon, determined bears, hungry gulls. All from […]

Yep, it’s just a webcam

… and people wonder why I’m hung up on webcams. This is from the Wild Basin webcam that I just rediscovered recently.

Wild Basin webcam is my new favorite

I’ve long said Rocky Mountain National Park is my favorite place in the world. And it’s easy to assume that would mean a lot of time spent in and around […]

Just another Denver sunset

Most of the orange clouds were directly overhead, so this webcam view from the Denver Museum of Nature & Science only caught an edge. But wow, what a show we […]

Incoming storm? What storm?

(Screenshots from approximately 12:30 pm MST. Click pics for current views.) These and many more webcams are always available on “My favorite webcams: Estes Park, Rocky Mountain NP, Pikes Peak, […]

Through the clouds brightly

This is Colorado Springs, Colo., (elev. 6,035 ft) viewed through the clouds from a webcam on the summit of Pikes Peak (elev. 14,114 ft). I love the city’s glow on […]

California burns, Colorado coughs

This is a screenshot from a Denver webcam in Cheesman Park on an average day: This is a screenshot from the same camera this afternoon: We’re being told the haze […]

Forever chasing webcams

It’s said the only constant in life is change. And that includes webcams. They come and go, fail and reappear. As a result, I have to constantly police my Colorado […]

The bear cam is back

They’re back. The Alaskan brown bears at Brooks Falls, Katmai National Park, Alaska. More accurately, the bear cam is live again. There’s a note that the bears appear mostly in […]

And the games continue

Friday the Memorial Day “games” began at the entrances to Rocky Mountain National Park. Cars lined up bumper to bumper waiting to get through the toll plazas. So today I […]

Osprey catches koi in Colorado

(Updated April 25) A local newscast just showed an osprey nest in Boulder, Colo., and noted there is a webcam there. I didn’t realize there were ospreys in the area, […]

Webcam page gets new look

Just a note for those readers who visit my webcam page. I’ve redesigned it to make it, I hope, more user-friendly. It still needs some work, but that will have […]