Thursday, December 21, 2017

NWCC's Eagle Cam Goes Live

A project that is combining the Applied Coastal Ecology Program at the Prince Rupert Campus of NWCC and the Prince Rupert Wildlife Shelter has taken their work live, with the set up of a live camera feed from the Eagles roost a the Wildlife shelter.

The project is designed to give the public an opportunity to watch the rehabilitation of injured eagles on their road to recovery, focusing on the work of the Prince Rupert Wildlife Shelter on the city's east side.

It's there that Nancy and Gunther Golina and their volunteers care for eagles and a number of other animals that are brought to the shelter.

The Eagles of the Prince Rupert Wildlife shelter are ready 
for their close up, the NWCC eagle cam has gone live 
and streams the activities from the eagle enclosure
(Image From the NWCC eagle cam)
The recently installed and now activated Eagle Cam will provide viewers with a view of the eagles as they play, exercise and prepare to be reintroduced to the wild.

You can view the Eagles below or from this link to the Eagle Cam broadcast

More information about the ACE program at NWCC is available here and to learn more about Prince Rupert Wildlife shelter and how you can help out see their website here.

Further items of interest related to post-secondary education in the Northwest can be found on our archive page here.

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