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Camberwell, London, UK

Grant Smith (

The microphone hangs in an apple tree in an inner city back yard. Neighbors, schoolyard, traffic, birds, planes. A permanent stream on the Locus Sonus network.

Pla de Corrals, Valencia, Spain

Wild Boar Cam

Located on edge of the village of Pla de Corrals, Valencia, Spain. This camera is only live at night. Wild boar, fox, wild cats et al

Tembe, S Africa


A camera on the edge of a watering hole in the Tembe Elephant Reserve, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.

Elephant Plains, S Africa


Elephant Plains Lodge, Sabi Sands Game Reserve, South Africa

Islands of the Azores, Atlantic (Portugal)

Air traffic signals from the Azores

Ekström Ice Shelf, Atka Bay, NE Weddell Sea

PALAOA at the Alfred Wegener Institute  

Live feed from under the Antarctic Ice. Shrimps, seals, cetaceans, moving ice, artefacts of remote satellite transmission.

Iberian Margin hydrophone

Listen to the Deep Ocean Environment LIDO

Hydrophone on the public listening platform maintained by the Polytechnic University of Catalonia and partners

Salvador, Bahía, Brazil

Robin Renwick (Locus Sonus)

'There is a little break just in front of the apartment block, that is constant, with rocks breaking up the surf.. and road works.. drilling'

New Jersey; Ocean County, NYC


Barnegat, Waretown (Ocean) and Long Beach Island Police radio intercepts

Ithaca, New York, USA

Cornell Lab Feeder Watch

Bird feeder by a lake in Sapsucker Woods, Upstate NY, maintained by the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. Pre-dawn with frogs

New York, USA

Statue of Liberty webcam

Manhattan from the Statue of Liberty. Urban drone

Little Italy, Toronto, Canada

Jessica Thompson, Marc Crain (Locus Sonus)

'From the 1920s to the 1960s, this neighborhood, running along College Street from Bathurst Street to Ossignton Avenue, was home to many Italian immigrants. The district features small to medium sized shops, restaurants and bars along College Street, and three story Edwardian homes spanning north and south'

Smithfield, North Carolina, USA

'This is a live inside view of a wood duck nest box. The camera is located on Holt Lake near Smithfield, North Carolina. After the eggs hatch the ducklets will remain in the nest for up to 18 hours before jumping out. The camera is mounted on the inside top corner of the nest box facing down.'