Wildlife at Clare

The Clare School has two wildlife cameras in specialist nest boxes and has had Blue Tits and Great Tits successfully nesting in these over the last few years. 

Our school bird box cameras are no longer transmitting as the nesting season has now finished. We will be back a little later in 2019 with an all new live video feed from one of our boxes.

We also have access to the following live cameras from other websites and a link to the BBC Springwatch team who often give updates on various wildlife events around the country.

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Bird Box 1 – (Great Tits) refreshes automatically every 20 seconds.

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Bird Box 2 – (no permanent visitors) refreshes automatically every 20 seconds.

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Please remember that these images are live and unfiltered. Occasionally there may be images some people find distressing.


News and video summary.

November 2018

Although our main bird cameras have finished transmitting for the season, our carved pumpkins haven’t gone to waste. We popped them out for the wildlife and it wasn’t long before we have a visitor investigating them.

12th June 2018

We’ve had very little activity in both bird boxes since our Great Tits left in late May. The cameras will carry on running during the summer term just incase we have a second sitting of birds. Don’t forget that there are a number of links to other websites all of which have live cameras. We will update anything we spot here and of course on our Facebook page.