Wildlife webcam

Wildlife webcam

Sandwich Tern islands on Brownsea Island by Paul Williams 

Get up-close to Dorset's wildlife

Our popular wildlife webcam returned in 2019. Thanks to PFM Associates for sponsoring this year's Barn Owl web cam - we couldn't have shown the glimpse into the lives of these amazing birds without you! PFM Associates advise on all areas of financial planning from life assurance, helping to arrange a mortgage or even saving for a ‘nest egg!’ Thank you to Wildlife Windows Ltd for the wildlife camera system.

The barn owls have now fledged, but we hope they will return next year. In the meantime, we have added our Brownsea Island lagoon webcam below for you to enjoy.

WARNING: This is live, unedited footage of wildlife; at times, it is possible that there may be disturbing images of the natural world. These are wild creatures; Dorset Wildlife Trust’s policy is to allow nature to play out without disruption or interference.

PFM Associates

Meet our webcam sponsors - PFM Associates

PFM Associates are a prominent Chartered company of Independent Financial Advisers , managing clients along the south coast, mainly in the Dorset and Hampshire areas. We advise on all areas of financial planning from life assurance, helping to arrange a mortgage, saving for a ‘nest egg’, to retirement planning and specialist investment advice.  We are eggs-tremely egg-cited to be able to help Dorset Wildlife Trust support and raise awareness of our amazing local wildlife, in particular this young family of barn owls. Please feel free to contact us should you need advice with any aspect of your financial planning!

 

More wildlife webcams

If you would like to see our Brownsea Island webcam (where you can see the Sandwich Terns,) click here and scroll down the page.

Code of conduct: We welcome everyone on to our forum, but do ask that you be polite and respectful of others. Please do not use any bad language, full capitalisation of posts, offensive or controversial materials, please keep in mind that there will be children viewing this webcam. This forum is open to discussions of this webcam and barn owls in general. Again, please be aware that as this is live and unedited footage of wild barn owls, there may at times, be disturbing images of the natural world. Our policy is to allow nature to play out without disruption or interference.

Please note, due to the remoteness of the location, the camera connection can be cut off occasionally but we are aware of the issues and work to get them fixed as quickly as possible. In some cases, refreshing the page can work.

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