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The bar staff feed scraps to a colony of wild badgers that live on the hotel grounds, and dusk is the best time to watch.If you have any questions for us do send them in via our Twitter page @Cumbria Wildlife or commenting below and we'll come back to you as soon as we can.If you see anything of interest whilst watching the seal cam feel free to comment below, with a screen grab too if possible.Hopefully this year will bring another successful year for this colony of seals and interesting viewing for you!“There is so much happening and changing in the clean room, I come here every opportunity I get,” said Mars 2020 project manager John Mc Namee of JPL.“It is great that we can share this part of our journey to the Red Planet with the public anytime they want.” Work starts on the rover every week day at 8 AM Pacific Time.The live streaming is no longer compliant with Flash because Adobe is phasing the Flash plugin out.
The Badger Bar & Restaurant camera provides an up close and personal view of wild badgers every day.If you are still experiencing playback issues please email us at [email protected] and we'll do our best to help - thank you and enjoy!NASA’s next mission to the surface of Mars is called the 2020 rover (in case you didn’t know already.) It’s planned launch date is July 17th, 2020, and it should land at Jezero Crater on Mars on February 18th 2021.This web cam live streams from our South Walney Nature Reserve on the west coast of Cumbria and is powered by Stream Days. Another species of seal is the common seal however the common seal is generally found around the coasts of Scotland, Northern Ireland and eastern England.Seal pups are incredibly vulnerable to disturbance, which would cause the mother to abandon it and the pup to starve.