Friday, 23 January 2015

Institute for Wildlife Studies joins WildEarth



WildEarth would like to welcome the Institute of Wildlife Studies and their bald eagle cams to our community.
IWS was founded in 1979 as a non-profit organisation with the aim of gathering information on biodiversity and initiating long term studies into the resource requirements of various species. Their research teams work in regions all over the world, including Ghana, Mongolia, Swaziland and the west and east coasts of the US.
They have joined us with 6 cams, namely, Humboldt Bay PTZ, Humboldt Bay Top, Sauces Canyon, Pelican Harbor Nest, Two Harbors and West End Nest. All these cams focus on the bald eagles who make California their home during breeding season.
We look forward to many hours of great footage of this threatened species of raptor in the coming 2015 season.
For more information on IWS and the vital work they do on the natural world, visit www.iws.org.

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