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This is a list of islands in Alaska

Approximately 2,670 named islands help to make Alaska the largest state in the United States

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Downtown – East, Anchorage, Alaska Camera

Camera is located in Downtown Anchorage and is pointed towards the Chugach Mountains to the East.

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Town Square Downtown, Anchorage, Alaska Camera

Camera view of the Town Square in downtown Anchorage, looking toward the west. City hall is the tall building on the left and the Performing Arts Center is in the center.

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Mount Susitna, Anchorage, Alaska Camera

Mount Susitna is approximately 40 miles west of Anchorage across the Cook Inlet and rises to an elevation of 4,396 feet above sea level.

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Midtown – Northwest, Anchorage, Alaska Camera

Camera is located in Midtown Anchorage and is pointed Northwest. Downtown Anchorage and city skyline can be seen in the distance. Cook inlet and Knik arm are in the background along with Mt. McKinley.

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Midtown – Southeast, Anchorage, Alaska Camera

Camera is located in Midtown Anchorage and is pointed Southeast. The large multi-story building in the center is BP Headquarters and just in front of that is the new Seward Highway (running left to right). Chugach Mountains in the background.

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Borealis Webcam Multiview

Welcome to the Webcam Multiview. All images are updated every 60 seconds. Press the refresh button on your browser every minute or so to see the latest images. Click directly on the image to bring up a larger view.

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 You are watching a live stream of the Lake Hood Seaplane Base in Anchorage, for people who enjoy watching planes. This camera is made possible by the Alaska Aviation Museum, located on Lake Hood. Check out all of their upcoming events, and see the amazing things they have to offer to aviation enthusiasts! Alaska Aviation

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This is the live webcam feed from the docks at Rust’s Flying Service located on Lake Hood in Anchorage.

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Coming to you courtesy of the Alaska Aviation Museum, this camera looks east toward Lake Spenard, providing you with a first-class view of floatplane activity in the busiest seaplane base in the world with more than 87,000 takeoffs and landings per year. There is a plane parking area in the foreground and the waterway in the middle is the landing channel connecting Lake Hood to Lake Spenard. The channel in the foreground is the high-speed taxiway and the channel in the background is the low-speed taxiway. You can see even more planes parked in the background to the left. The Chugach Mountain Range beautifully frames the scene for us in the far background.


Coming to you courtesy of the Alaska Aviation Museum, this camera looks north across Lake Hood, providing you with a first-class view of floatplane activity in the busiest seaplane base in the world with more than 87,000 takeoffs and landings per year. This view captures the intersection of three water runways.

The buildings shown in the background on the opposite shore are various aviation companies. On a clear day, you can see the Alaska Range in the far background, about 260 miles away from Anchorage.




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Juneau Harbor Webcam

Live Bald Eagle Cam @ Glacier Gardens, Juneau, AK

Live feed of bald eagle nest located at Glacier Gardens. This nest is home to eagles Liberty, Freedom, and eaglet Hope (GG9).

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Was established to protect and study the active volcanic landscape surrounding the Valley of the Ten Thousand Smokes. This vast and pristine wilderness is a critical habitat for brown bears and salmon and provides citizens and scientists alike the opportunity to explore its dynamic arctic ecosystems.


Is in Brooks Falls – Katmai National Park, Alaska, USA . Watch salmon leaping up the falls, while brown bears compete with each other for the best fishing spots. The largest and most successful bears can catch and eat more than 30 salmon (over 120 pounds) per day! Bears are most abundant at Brooks Falls in late June and July during the sockeye salmon migration, but also keep an eye out for bald eagles, lots of gulls, and maybe even the occasional wolf trying to partake in the salmon buffet. this cam features sound with birds and waterfall noise.

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 Enjoy a bear’s eye view of Brooks Falls. This camera is situated at ground level on a major bear highway leading to and from the waterfall. You see what a bear might see as it approaches the southwest bank of Brooks Falls. This cam is located on the southwestern bank of the Brooks River in Katmai National Park, Alaska. The Brooks River connects Naknek Lake and Brooks Lake.

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This live cam is mounted on a floating bridge on the Brooks River, providing a spectacular view of the river and its surroundings. During the cold winter months, the landscape of Katmai National Park is blanketed with a thick layer of snow and ice. When the weather begins to warm in the spring, the river visibly comes alive.

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Affixed to a bridge near the outlet of Brooks River, this live underwater cam provides a wholly different perspective on the sockeye salmon swimming upstream to spawn. Witness salmon completing one of the last legs of their epic migration as well as catch glimpses of swimming bears looking for their next meal.

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Kat’s River View

Located near the outlet of Brooks River in Alaska’s Katmai National Park, the lower river cam overlooks where the Brooks River meets Naknek Lake. During early summer, it is a favorite spot of mother bears and cubs looking to avoid the competition at Brooks Falls. In September and October, as salmon spawn and die, the lower river becomes an important place for bears to fish before they begin winter hibernation.  

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The Riffles Bear Cam

Just 100 yards downstream from Brooks Falls, the Riffles cam overlooks an area of the river frequented by mother bears, their playful cubs, and wary sub-adult bears. Watch as they play, fish, and eat! In September, the riffles area is packed with spawning salmon.

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Experience the beauty of Sitka, Alaska. Sitka is famous for its fishing – both commercial and recreational. With this live streaming camera, take a look over Crescent Bay and see if you spot anyone fishing!

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Welcome to The Last Frontier! EarthCam and the Alaska Academy for Drug Abuse Prevention brings you live to Tenakee Springs, AK. Located on the northern part of Chichagof Island, enjoy the beauty and majesty of the Tongass National Forest and Tenakee Inlet – home to an abundant array of wildlife.

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Welcome to Ketchikan!

Mega-View (cam 1)

Welcome to the KPU Webcam in Ketchikan (Alaska’s First City)! Looking east over downtown and local waters, our Webcam features a view of 3 of the city’s 4 passenger-ship-berths. Up to 1,000,000 visitors arrive here every year (aboard one of the world’s best cruise ships, often pictured here, seeming to hover over our history-rich city). Visitors take advantage of sightseeing, charter fishing, local boat tours, snorkeling, zip-lining, flight seeing, jeep tours, kayaking and other once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to experience Alaska at its very best.

Mega-View (cam 2)

Welcome to the KPU Cam 2. Alaska’s First City has almost a mile of continuous pier, enabling up to four of the world’s largest cruise ships to visit simultaneously (effectively doubling the town’s population for the day!). Located in downtown Ketchikan, Cam 2 looks west over a portion of Berth 3 and straight into Berth 4. In the far background is Ketchikan’s airport. In the off-season, Cam 2 frequently offers views of the 418′ Columbia and other beautiful Alaska Marine Highway ships ‘wintering over’ at Berth 3. Click here to see a view of Berth 4 “in season”.

Mega-View (cam 3)

KPU Cam 3 looks east toward downtown Ketchikan. Located near The Point at the end of Jefferson Way, Cam 3 features views of fishing boats, floatplanes, and cruise ships. The work of local artist Terry Pyles (see Terry’s online art gallery) is representative of the activity often picked up by Cam 3. We think these views illustrate why tens of thousands visit our town every year, taking advantage of sightseeing, charter fishing, rainforest tours, local boat tours, snorkeling, zip-liningflight seeingoff road adventure kart tours, kayaking and other once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to experience Alaska at its very best.

Mega-View (cam 4)

KPU Cam 4 is also located at The Point and looks West / Southwest toward Gravina Island and Ketchikan’s airport. Eagles often perch on the breakwater, and float-planes frequently glide past the camera on final approach to land in local waters. In season, Cam 4 features a parade of tour ships and Alaska Marine Highway ferries. To the West, Cam 4 also offers a glimpse of Bar Harbor and many local pleasure boats and commercial vessels transiting the area.

Mega-View (cam 5)

Perched above the Taquan Air dock, Cam 5 gazes West/Southwest toward Ketchikan’s airport. Cam 5 offers a daily parade of planes, ferries, tour ships, barges, tugboats, fishing boats, Alaska Airlines flights and colorful Southeast Alaska sunsets. From here you can watch Taquan Air’s beautiful classic fleet of DeHavilland Beaver floatplanes load up, fly away and return throughout the day. Offering daily air service to many nearby communities, Taquan also specializes in spectacular once-in-a-lifetime sightseeing tours to Misty Fjords, flights over nearby glaciers, bush pilot tours, bear tours, and more.

Mega-View (cam 6)

Located on Ketchikan’s Alaska Fish House, Cam 6 offers a great view of 3,000′ Deer Mountain and the Thomas Basin boat harbor. Tourism related boat charters operate throughout the summer from this area, and the Thomas Basin boat harbor is home to many local pleasure and commercial fishing vessels. Throughout the summer Cam 6 features great views of large passenger ships transiting the area, and features outstanding sunrises and sunsets.

Mega-View (cam 7)

Cam 7 is located on KPU’s cell-tower, high on a hillside overlooking downtown Ketchikan (We use the tower in partnership with Verizon Wireless to provide the community with Ketchikan’s very best 4G/LTE high-speed wireless service and coverage). Cam 7 provides a partial view of downtown Ketchikan, cruise-ship berths 2, 3, and 4, with Tongass Narrows, Bar Harbor and Ketchikan International Airport in the background. On foggy or cloudy days Cam 7 is …. well ….. in the clouds! But on nice days we think you’ll agree the beautiful view speaks for itself.

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list of volcanoes and webcams in Alaska

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