Our Webcams


(Note: All four of our webcam streams are currently non-operational as at Spring 2019. We are seeking new means to wirelessly connect the Cathedral tower to the internet. We apologise for this and are doing what we can to get the live web cams restored and visible worldwide once more.
Meanwhile click on the blog tab and you will find video clips from this year's action and text
 explaining what has been happening.)

Pages with live video timeout after 8 minutes and will need refreshing (use F5).
Click an image below to open a webcam stream in a new window or tab.

STREAM 1STREAM 2STREAM 4


Click to view webcam stream 1.

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Click to view webcam stream 2.

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Click to view webcam stream 4.
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Once we re-establish our internet link from the Cathedral's tower we should have five cameras eventually watching over our peregrines again
Four are now fitted to the nest platform. The fifth is due to be installed on top of the cathedral tower. It will sit some way above the nest platform, looking our horizontally across the tops of three 'grotesques' (stone animal carvings) on which the birds often perch, feed and roost. You can see a white hotel in the background (Jurys Inn). 

Please support us
We rely on voluntary donations to keep our project going. If you've enjoyed our webcams and would like  to donate to keep them running, please click here or here to use our Virgin money-giving page.

We are happy for images captured on our webcameras to be freely used by others under a Creative Commons CC BY 3.0 licence. Please acknowledge Derby Cathedral Peregrine Project as the source. Any video or product based primarily upon these images must also be available free of charge or of copyright restrictions under the same Creative Commons agreement.  You may also use webcam screenshots posted on our Flickr Group. However non-webcamera photos are likely to belong to third-parties, and will be copyright. Please contact us if you need to use such an image, and tell us why. We will do our best to get permission for re-use.