Live view of The Wild Center. On your phone press on the "Play Arrow" to begin the live video stream. From a desktop you can change the camera view by clicking on "Control Now" button then selecting from the list of preset views.
This is a current view of Whiteface in New York's Adirondack Mountains. Click or tap the image to get a full screen version. The image reloads every minute, so hit refresh to get the latest view. The camera is sheltered by The Lake Placid Lodge.
You can see the mountain make its own clouds, watch winter storms, and then look at the view from the summit on our twin Whiteface Summit Cam.
This view was captured by The Wild Center as a part of a NYS Scenic Byway Program project, managed by the Adirondack North Country Association, funded by the Federal Highway Administration and administered by the NYS Department of Transportation.
This current view is from the summit of Whiteface Mountain in the Adirondacks. Click or tap to get a full screen image. The image reloads every minute, so hit refresh to get the latest view.
If you are seeing white frost it means we have had some extreme weather. If the sun and wind don't clear the rime ice, staff travel only once a week to the summit to clear the window. Check out the view of Whiteface Mountain instead.
Looks like we have three eggs in our birdhouse. Check back often and watch what happens. Email us if you see something interesting.
To see a current still image using Internet Explorer click here.
This nest cam is located on The Wild Center grounds. It is an infrared, black and white camera that can provide viewing inside a darkened birdhouse.