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Images have begun streaming live to the public on Thursday in what's believed to be the first live-streaming camera at an East Coast seal-pupping site.
Seal Island’s tower-mounted camera gives scientists a look into the progression of seal-pupping season so they can gather information such as when the peak occurs and how long it takes seal pups to molt, said Stephanie Wood, a biologist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Fish and Wildlife Service and managed in cooperation with the National Audubon Society.
It also allows the public to watch “nature in action,” she said. Audubon, in conjunction with explore.org, set up two cameras on the island last spring to stream live video of clown-like Atlantic puffins, which live on the island each summer.
S., with more than 500 living there during the six-week season from December into early February.
(Muskeget Island off southern Massachusetts has the largest breeding colony.) The project is funded by explore.org, a philanthropic organization in Santa Monica, Calif., and a division of the Annenberg Foundation, with the aim of connecting people to nature. “With the new seal pupping cam, we are helping people escape the urban squalor and, if only for a moment, reconnect with nature in its purest state,” Charlie Annenberg, founder of explore.org, said in a prepared statement.The Precision Machining program equips its graduates with an in-depth multi-disciplinary education in mathematics, physics, engineering technology, both manual and CNC machining, manufacturing processes and methods, as well as a broad education in computer studies, business and liberal arts.