Nagoya - Swan Bay wetlands project & webcams

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Subject: Nagoya - Swan Bay wetlands project & webcams
From: Russell Woodford <>
Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2008 12:59:32 +1100
Hi everyone

There was an agreement signed last year between Nagoya (Japan) and Geelong. It provides funds to protect designated wetlands in both cities, and there is a controllable webcam for each site. Read more about this project here:

Look for birds on the webcams here:

Some more info form the website:

In a world first, wetlands in Geelong and the Japanese city of Nagoya will be linked through a set of internet cameras.

A web camera in each location will relay live coverage of the wetlands allowing people to watch in real time the summer and winter habitats of birds that migrate between Geelong and Nagoya.

The wetlands website will go live on Sunday 18 November and can be accessed at

The website is one of a number of actions to come from a joint wetlands agreement between the City of Nagoya and the City of Greater Geelong

Russell Woodford
Birding-Aus List Owner

Geelong   Victoria   Australia


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