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Summary (IA Generated)
As snowstorms blanket the northern hemisphere and COVID-19 continues to keep many inside, live cams are here to bring some more adventurous, wonderful, and adorable winter vibes through your screens.
org’s live Northern Lights cam, we dove into the internet to find more live cams featuring snowy environments, animals, and some human activity to ignite a smoldering, wintry fire inside your soul.
Whether you’re quarantining for yourself or others, stuck inside amid the heavy snowfall, or live in a place where the snow just doesn’t pile up, these cams might help lift your spirits.
Is there anything better in the winter than navigating down a big, snowy mountain or hill on skis, a snowboard, or even a sled? The above live cam is situated at the summit of Mont-Tremblant, northwest of Montréal, Canada, where winter sports are in full swing.
There are skiing and snowboarding cams all over the place, including Whiteface Mountain in Lake Placid, New York and Winter Park in Colorado, where you can take in some snowy mountain views and watch people carve powder.
Amid the winter landscape of Central New York, this feeder attracts impressive blue jays, bright red cardinals, chickadees, woodpeckers, and more as they land for a little snack.
, live cams from the New Jersey coast offer quite a view.
The above feed and this live cam from Wildwood Crest really make the reality of winter hit hard.
The Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, New York has a whole bunch of live feeds of their resident wolves.
There are cams that watch the outdoor environments and cams that keep an eye on their dens, where you can catch wolves curled up and resting.
Even if they aren’t active, these animals make for great, soothing views, and you can click around to see what different wolves are up to.
The above live cam from explore.
Sure, there isn’t usually snow there, but penguins bring enough of that kind of energy on their own.
This one is a little bit of a cheat because these streams aren’t truly live, but they’re operated as ongoing streams of train rides through some really beautiful, snowy, winter landscapes in Norway.