Live Stream!

Chalk Stream Camera

 

Live Stream!

Chalk Stream Camera

Chalk Stream Camera

Welcome to our live chalk stream web camera on the River Bain!

The River Bain is home to many creatures big and small, from otters, egrets, kingfishers and numerous fish species, not to mention invasive species such as signal crayfish and himalayan balsam. 

You can drop us an email at chalkstreams@lincolnshire.gov.uk or leave a comment below if you see anything interesting!

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Thanks – The Joseph Banks Society

The Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Project would like to thank the Joseph Banks Society for their tireless help in getting the camera up and running.

The Joseph Banks Society has its base in a recently restored Grade II listed building in Horncastle in Lincolnshire, appropriately named The Sir Joseph Banks Centre. The building houses numerous society curated collections including a Reference LibraryHerbarium and Tribute Garden.

For more information about visiting the Joseph Banks Centre please take a look at their website here – www.joseph-banks.org.uk

Thanks also to the neighbouring Bridge Tearoom for their help with access – The Bridge Tearoom

The Sir Joseph Banks Society aims to inform and educate providing interesting and accessible scientific collections, archives and resources.

Joseph Banks Society

Further thanks – Pro Optocam

The Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Project would also like to thank Jack and Ben at Pro Optocam Ltd in Grimsby for the great deal of work they have invested in repairing various elements of the camera and battling with ever-changing software to get us up and running!

For more information you can visit their website here – Pro Optocam Ltd 

3 Comments

    • Jack Franks

      Quite amazing to watch what look like innumerable fish swimming by illuminated by the camera night vision. Initially they looked a lot like eels, but I think more likely to be fish.

      The water is crystal clear, great realtime footage.

      Reply
  1. Jeremy Norman

    Nice to see fish rising and a good hatch of flies

    Reply

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