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With lockdown meaning we’re unable to enjoy the freedom to explore our beautiful British countryside, our Countryside PR & Marketing Team, have searched out the very best virtual countryside experiences for your front room viewing pleasure.

Badger Cam

Yes, you can settle down on the sofa this evening and watch some live badger action with the Essex Wildlife Trust’s Badger Cam. Meet the sett, who consist of a male and female adult, four juveniles and two cubs born earlier this year.

 

Barn Owl Cam

You can get up close and personal with two beautiful barn owls who have been paired for a few months, preening and nesting together over the winter. Could we be hoping for owlets this year? We hope so!

Peregrines Cam

Leamington Spa Town Hall is home to a pair of beautiful peregrine falcons who use a nest box provided in partnership with Warwick District Council. These webcams are live 24/7 during the breeding season, enabling you to see all the activity from laying to fledging.

 

Wildlife Lakes Cam

With two clearly positioned cameras, the Brockholes Wildlife Trust  gives you a ‘birdseye’ view of their wildlife visiting their 250-acre nature reserve. An opportunity to view nature and even without any birds in view, we found watching the live cam of the lakes really relaxing!

 

Bat Cam

Check out our bat roost at Hanningfield Reservoir visitor centre, near Billericay, Essex. An individual bat box was built in 2009 to encourage more of these fascinating mammals. In July 2019 a total count of 1786 was recorded. Of these, 534 came out of the box and rest from the roof of the visitor centre. This is the largest ever reported for a Soprano Pipistrelle roost as part of the Bat Conservation Trust’s National Bat Monitoring Programme. Watch the live-action as it happens.

Jackdaw Cam

Our Team love Jackdaws and they are frequent visitors to our office garden bird feeder, so we love this Jackdaw Cam. When we tuned in, they were busy putting the finishing touches to their nest. Ahh, love is certainly in the air!

Donkey Cam

Who doesn’t want to watch donkeys in Devon? The Donkey Sanctuary has not just one but four different webcams streaming live 24 hours of the day. You can even watch your adopted donkeys too via webcam. We adore watching Timothy and Walter in Shelter 2, two of the centre’s veteran residents.

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