Here's a link to the live stream of the Glaslyn Ospreys, near Porthmadoc in Snowdonia.http://www.glaslynwildlife.co.uk/live/? ... dium=email
They've been nesting on this wild marshland for several years now. The RSPB manage the area and you can sit in a hide and see them on the nest with a telescope. But I think the webcam is better because you can pop on at any time and see what's happening, and of course, there are always eyes watching the nest to protect them from poachers or vandals. Yesterday at teatime I saw one of the birds arrive with a large fish and sit on the edge of the nest and eat it. Not so much action yet as the eggs haven't been laid, but put the link on your home page and click on it at coffee times, things will get more lively pretty soon I expect.
Their original nest was in a tree, which blew down one winter a few years ago, so the RSPB built the present five-star accommodation for them, including strong wire fixings and a very convenient perch across the middle. Nobody knew if they would actually return and use it, but to everyone's relief they did, and have nested every year since.