Hobcaw Barony Discovery Center/ NI-WB NERR Webcam

The tide rises the tide falls. The webcam is now set up on the pier at Oyster Landing with a view of Crab Haul Creek. You may spy the occasional great blue heron, great egret, or northern harrier coursing low over the marsh, a bald eagle high in the sky, a school of mullet rippling the water surface, or a dolphin playing in the creek. Or maybe even a researcher on the way to a field site or fisher on their way to a favorite North Inlet spot.

Real-time weather and water quality information for Oyster Landing is available at the NERRS CDMO website.

Some observers may not be able to view this live stream without the Axis Media Control applet, this is dependent on your current browser and operating system. Please click here to download and install this applet, then restart your browser. Information for the Axis Media Control Applet can be obtained from the Axis web site.

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Recent Snapshots from the Webcam

Birds on the boardwalk Birds flying off of boardwalk Blue heron stretches out

September 19. 12:13 PM. Gulls and a blue heron enjoy resting on the boardwalk at Oyster Landing.

12:14 PM. The blue heron decides to shake things up.

12:30 PM. Blue heron stretches his wings.

Kayakers Fishing in North Inlet Fishing in North Inlet
Enjoying North Inlet.    
     
     

 

 

 

 

 

 
NOAA National Estuarine Research Reserve System University of South Carolina Baruch Institute-USC Belle W. Baruch Foundation