• Scenic View from Inspiration Point, Anacapa Island ©timhaufphotography.com

    Channel Islands

    National Park California

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Channel Islands Live Programs

Staci Kaye-Carr
 

Channel Islands Live is an exciting new way to experience the wild, isolated land and seascapes of your national park and national marine sanctuary. Take a virtual visit to the Channel Islands through live broadcasts from Anacapa Island that highlight the remarkable natural and cultural resources of the islands and their surrounding waters.

Please check Schedule for all live program dates and times. Live programs are weather and equipment dependent. Visible color bars during scheduled live events are due to canceled programs. In case of that occurrence click on Archived Programs to view a previous broadcast.

 
 

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Additional Viewing Information
For full screen viewing, right click on the video image and select "Zoom" and then select "Full Screen." The video will be pixelated since the resolution of the streaming video is 320 x 240. To exit full screen, push the "Escape" key or right click on the video image and select "Exit Full Screen." To open directly in the full version of Windows Media Player visit http://media1.vcoe.org/livedive or http://media1.vcoe.org/livehike.

If you are using a Mac you may need to install FlipPlayer for Mac to view the live program. This will allow you to view the webcam using Quicktime. To install this free software visit Flip Player for Mac.

Viewing experiences may differ based on internet connection and device. There is currently no technical support regarding the quality of this video stream. However, we do welcome your feedback. Contact us at: Channel Islands Interpretation.

Did You Know?

Island night lizard                                     C. Drost

The only reptile found on Santa Barbara Island is the endemic and threatened island night lizard. These lizards can live up to 20 years or more, but once established in a territory generally remain within a 3-meter radius their entire life.