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Goose Pond Fish & Wildlife Web Cameras

Goose Pond Birding Camera

The Goose Pond birding camera allows the Indiana public greater access to the beautiful sights at Goose Pond. The camera location changes often as Goose Pond staff tries to capture views of flocks of sandhill cranes, migrating waterfowl, scenic sunrises, and more.

Cameras may be temporarily offline because of power or internet loss.

The live video feed is best viewed with the web browsers Firefox, Chrome, or Safari. If no image appears, the camera network may be busy. Try again later or watch the video on YouTube.

View this video on Indiana DNR's YouTube channel.

Camera funded in partnership with Friends of Goose Pond.

Barn Owl Nest

Barn owls are an endangered species in Indiana due to grassland habitat loss. In Indiana and many other Midwestern states, this once-common, rural inhabitant species is now rare, and it is considered endangered by many state wildlife agencies. Fewer than 50 nests are found annually in Indiana. To provide barn owls with secure nesting sites that are protected from predators, the DNR has built more than 400 nest boxes and erected them in barns and other structures with suitable habitat during the past 30 years. This barn owl box was built by volunteers at Goose Pond Fish & Wildlife Area and was funded by The Friends of Goose Pond. It was installed in spring of 2022 along with a nest camera.

Learn more about Goose Pond Fish & Wildlife Area.

Advisory: This camera contain live feeds of nature. Natural events may be disturbing to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised. Additionally, some owlets may not survive weather extremes or limited food availability. DNR does not intervene with routine natural events.

Image not appearing? View this video with audio on Indiana DNR's YouTube channel.

Camera funded in partnership with Friends of Goose Pond.


The Division of Fish & Wildlife is funded by a combination of state and federal funding. Together, these state and federal funding sources allow us to restore habitat, manage wildlife, conduct research, and more. You can support conservation efforts in Indiana by buying a license or donating to the Indiana Nongame Wildlife Fund.

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