With online school and social distancing recommendations entering week two for most of the country, many people are searching for ways to not only entertain their kids, but themselves, too.
Enter bald eagles, sharks, puppies, penguins, gorillas and more.
Keep an eye on this bald eagle’s nest from Decorah, Iowa. The nest houses three eggs that have been laid in the last month.
Enjoy watching sharks? Just as long as they aren’t swimming next to you in the ocean? Watch several sharks roam around the Shark Lagoon at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California.
And who doesn’t love puppies? Enjoy this look inside the puppy whelping room at Warrior Canine Connection in Maryland. The nonprofit engages veterans in a therapeutic mission to train service dogs for vets in need.
Explore.org hosts these live cameras and hundreds more at its website. If animals aren’t your thing, Explore.org shows cameras featuring the beaches of Hawaii, a view from space courtesy of NASA’s International Space Station and the Northern Lights from Churchill Northern Studies Center, one of the best places on earth to witness it.
Locally, Zoo Atlanta hosts a Panda Cam. Check out what the pandas are up to while the zoo is closed to the public.
The Georgia Aquarium hosts eight different live webcams. Watch jellyfish, sea otters, penguins and more by clicking here.
See what’s coming and going at the Atlanta airport on the WSB-TV tower cameras here.
Check out the view of Centennial Olympic Park on this EarthCam.