It's the third year for the commission to run a nest came at a bald eagle nest and the second year that the cameras have been installed at a nest 75 feet high in a tree near Codorus State Park.
UPDATE: Nearly four months after being placed in a rehabilitation refuge with the hope of being released back into the wild, Mike the orphaned bear cub was euthanized due to an irreversible bone disease.LIVE Feed: GIRAFFE CAMYou've been watching and waiting..waiting and watching, and the day has finally arrived! We had been been checking the live cam at Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, N. The growing giraffe family has become an internet sensation, with views from around the globe. At least 1.2 million people watched the birth live on the park's You Tube stream. Next, Animal Adventure Park will have a contest to name the calf. but stay stuned for more updates about April, Oliver and their new addition.Last year, the microphone on the single camera installed at the nest stopped working after a squirrel chewed through an audio wire just a few weeks into the run.Later one of two eaglets in the nest relieved itself on the camera's lens, leaving viewers for several weeks with an obstructed view of the nest.PITTSTOWN -- Take a rare glimpse at the real-time development of a young bear cub.Woodlands Wildlife Refuge in Pittstown has given NJ Advance Media permission to place a video camera in an incubator with a bear cub to see how it develops. "We hope this inside look at the rehabilitation effort here at Woodlands will serve to educate the public," Executive Director Tracy Leaver said.The nest cam overlooking the bald eagle nest near Codorus State Park at Hanover, York County, began live-streaming video through the Pennsylvania Game Commission website again this morning.And this year, there are two cameras watching the nest round the clock. But I was nervous, I felt like there were people watching. It was weird.” After a few weeks of broadcasting he began to find his rhythm.If a customer was in on the joke, Abuhamdeh would banter with them a bit.