Nature sometimes feels far away when you’re stuck inside an office staring at a computer screen.
Luckily, anyone can virtually access the best Mother Nature has to offer through “wildlife cams”—live feeds of various species in their habitats around the globe—at the click of a button.
We will be featuring a few more from this site, but for now check out the camera angles on view that capture Times Square. Unfortunately, the best one on view wouldn’t run on my browser because of lack of broadband speed.
Maybe, inspired by the screen above you can try it out on yours. Put down the Aurora Borealis as a must-see sight in your wish list if you have one.
So, the live feed from the Aurora MAX Observatory could the best alternative solution.We’ve gathered some of the best ones on the web for you to kick back and enjoy.You won’t know what you’re missing until you see thousands of Pacific walruses camped out at Round Island in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands chain.Webcams are quite useful for chatting face to face with faraway friends and loved ones.Also, with strangers who may or may not be wearing clothes.
So, here are ten remote webcam feeds from around the world that may make you switch off your TV for a while.