WildlifeKate Live Cameras

I have set wildlife cameras up at home in my garden, at Yew View, (a large private site I manage for wildlife) and in other locations in the UK and further afield. Each live stream has a dedicated page, providing more information and footage captures. I hope you enjoy watching them as much as I do!

Tawny Owl Nest Box

This is possibly one of my most exciting nest cams. In a purpose built nest box at Yew View, the owlet hatched on 26th March. 

There are two cameras live streaming; inside and outside of the box. The owlet is now starting to spend time at the entrance and will soon venture out onto the platform where the adults will feed her.

Nyx fledged on 27th April

We will leave the cam live streaming for a week as jackdaws and stock doves are now interested!

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WildlifeKate

@Yew View

Blue Tit Nest Box

Every year, I live stream one of the nest boxes in my garden. The blue tits are nesting here. 

UPDATE: Chicks hatching May 3rd

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WildlifeKate

Garden Cam

Teapot Robins

Follow the story of Rosie & Lee, my teapot robins, nesting in this ceramic teapot in the ivy just outside my conservatory. NOW OFFLINE as chicks have fledged

Eggs hatched: 6th April

5 chicks fledged : 19th / 20th April

 

WildlifeKate

Garden Cam

Stow Maries Kestrels

I'm delighted to share this wonderful kestrel box cam from Denis at Stow Maries Aerodrome in Essex. The female started laying at the beginning of April. Denis and I have worked together on several cam projects on site.

UPDATE: Eggs starting hatching 6th May

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Garden Feeding Platform

This camera is watching a feeding platform in my garden. I put different feeder here to attract a range of bird species in the day. Watch out for small mammals at night.

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WildlifeKate

Garden Cam

Garden PTZ Camera

This camera monitors a large area of my garden. Its pan, tilt and zoom functionality means that it will look at a range of feeders during the day and the fox field at night.  

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WildlifeKate

Garden Cam

Field Fox Cam

This camera has been placed on the field next to my garden, They had 4 cubs this year and  these are now looking quite grown up.  At present, they usually start appearing from 6pm onwards. 

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WildlifeKate

Garden Cam

Waterhole Cam

See what pops down for a drink or a bath in the waterhole that I built from a recycled tyre!

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WildlifeKate

Garden Cam

RoamWild Window Feeder

This camera will alternate between the RoamWild range of feeders. Sometimes you will see the window feeder. At other times, the 'PestOff' range of feeders.

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WildlifeKate

Garden Cam

 Mammal Box

This camera is inside a special box, with lights and two small entrances. Small mammals visit here day and night to see what food is on offer. 

 

WildlifeKate

Garden Cam

Aigas Field Centre

I built this feeding station with the wonderful staff at Aigas Field Centre in the Scottish Highlands. Watch and listen to the birds in the day and you may even spot  one of their pine martens at night!

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Ecuador Feeding Platform

I built this special feeding station at Septimo Paraiso Lodge in Mindo, Ecuador. Watch hummingbirds feed and you may even spot the incredible Tayra!

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Feeding Platform

Hillockhead, Scotland

This feeding platform is located at Dolphin View Cottages, Hillockhead on the Black Isle, near Inverness in Scotland. These self-catering cottages are in a beautiful location, excellent for wildlife.

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Past Footage

Catch up on previous cameras and recorded footage

Christmas Feeding Stations

Christmas Mammal roof top

Birds' German Christmas Market

Fun Feeders 2020

See the footage from my fun feeders

Commissioned by The One Show, these fun feeding stations entertained over the festive period.

Blackbird nest 2020

My blackbirds successfully raised 3 chicks. You can see their story here.

Solitary Bee Cam

 Learn more about these fascinating pollinators.