Stewards of the Upper Mississippi River Refuge installed five wildlife viewing cameras on the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge. The best interent brower to view cameras on is Google Chrome. If using Internet Explorer, please upgrade to the current version. Version 8 or earlier doesn’t work.
- Bald Eagle Nest: Visitors have an opportunity to monitor the nesting activities of our Eagles, Hope and Valor II.
- Cormorant Island: Visitors have an opportunity to monitor the nesting activities of American White Pelicans, Double Crested Cormorants, Great Egrets, Great Blue Herons, and Ring-billed Gulls all located on Cormorant Island.
- Migration Cam: Visitors have an opportunity to monitor the migration of Bald Eagles at Lock and Dam 13 during the winter or activities of the American White Pelican and other waterbirds in the summer. Lock and Dam 13 is located north of Fulton Illinois.
- Peregrine Falcon Nest: Visitors can watch the nesting activities of our falcons, Pebbles and Bam Bam. Located on top of the Consolidated Grain Elevator in Savanna, Illinois.
- Sloane Marsh: Visitors have an opportunity to monitor waterfowl and other wildlife on the backwaters of the Mississippi River Wildlife and Fish Refuge. Located at Sloane Marsh just south of Savanna, Illinois.
These cameras are a wonderful way to get connected. Your financial support is needed to help defray the cost of maintaining the video server, cameras, and countless other technical necessities that are required to stream wildlife to your desktop in real time. All donations are tax deductible. Will you help keep the cameras rolling?
- Video feeds come from our streaming video server.
- You may need to install/enable Java or Active X.
- Our server will only handle a limited number of simultaneous users.
- If you are unable to connect, wait a few minutes and try again.
- Please be considerate of other users and don’t leave the feed running on your desktop unattended.
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These cameras are sponsored by our partners. Please thank them for this unique opportunity to see what’s happening on the refuge, right from the comfort of your own home. We hope you enjoy viewing the feeds and will make a contribution to help keep our cameras rolling.