B-B-B-B-Bees!! And other livestreams


Bees in a colony on the UW-Madison campus

Claudio Gratton lab live bee colony /http://bit.ly/1x0zz0Q

In a tweet today from Claudio Gratton’s lab, the world was introduced to the entomology lab’s bee colony, live.

Does watching those worker bees busy busy busy make you feel slightly guilty for watching? Productivity is not just for the bees.

In case these honey-makers aren’t your thing, check out some of the other live webcams on campus, like:

Cameron Currie‘s leaf-cutter ants Ant Cam

The National Primate Research Center’s marmoset Callicam

Soil Science webcam from the turret of King Hall

Multiple webcams from Engineering Media Services at Wendt Commons, including the Engineering Fountain

Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (AOS) rooftop webcams

And, the now defunct Space Science and Engineering Center /AOS Hawk Cam still offers some archived gems, which you can check out here.

Know of any other web cams on campus we should feature here? Leave a comment below or send an email to kelly.tyrrell@wisc.edu.