Ospreys, puffins, peregrines, owls...and more! - watch wildlife on webcams from Wildlife Trusts across the British Isles. These webcams allow an unrivalled view of intriguing behaviours such as courtship, nesting, hatching and the first few weeks of the lives of many species of birds. Be warned - it's addictive viewing!

Ospreys at the Manton Bay nest, Rutland Water

Alderney - Tag a Gannet Project

Track A Gannet (T.A.G) is a new & experimental project offering an unrivaled insight into the life-cycle of Britain’s largest native seabird, the Northern Gannet.

Derby - Peregrine falcons

Watch peregines nesting on Derby Cathedral

Somerset - Barn owls


Boris and Brenda, the resident barn owls in Somerset Wildlife Trust’s nest box, have legions of fans around the world. Come back next year to watch them raise their young and join the friendly and highly active forum

Dorset - Brownsea lagoon


Brownsea Island in Poole Harbour, Dorset is closed over the winter, but this year you'll be able to watch all the winter migrants from the comfort of your armchair! 

Scottish Wildlife Trust - Squirrelcam

Follow the exploits of resident red squirrels, woodpeckers, siskins and greenfinches at Loch of the Lowes, Dunkeld.

Scottish Wildlife Trust - Montrose Basin

Home to over 50,000 migratory birds each year, as well as common seals, watch live coverage of the floating tern raft.

Welsh Wildlife - Red Squirrels Mid Wales Project

Although this webcam video isn't publically available, you can view updates and screenshots on the project's Facebook page - enjoy!

Cumbria Wildlife Trust - Grey seals

Cumbria Wildlife Trust have just put live a web cam overlooking South Walney Nature Reserve! The best time to see the seals is at high tide - enjoy! Take a look