It’s a 24-hour-a-day live webcam that stays trained on a busy water hole in an African game reserve. Zebras and wildebeests are common visitors, along with a host of smaller animals and birds. When animals are present, the viewfinder pans and zooms to take in all the details. At night, the camera switches to night vision, allowing one to view whatever creeps and flies under the cover of darkness.
Beware. It’s slightly addictive.
I have it on right now, and the bird sounds are making me sleepy.