The DuPont Nature Center's Nature Cam provides an opportunity for visitors to the DNREC Division of Fish & Wildlife facility to get up close and personal with the horseshoe crabs and shorebirds that frequent the Mispillion Harbor. This high-definition, solar-powered wireless camera transmits video to a viewing station inside the center and can be remotely controlled by visitors to allow viewing up to 1/6th of a mile away.
Come visit DNREC's DuPont Nature Center and experience the wildlife and ecosystems of the Mispillion Harbor through the center's Nature Cam!
Streaming the Nature Cam Online
The Nature Cam has been taken down for the winter and will be re-installed in April, 2018. Online viewing will be available during the months of May-June during the peak horseshoe crab spawning and shorebird migration. The camera can be viewed inside the nature center every day that the center is open.