Locus Sonus. Live audio from a number of countries from around the world. Run by the Art Schools of Aix en Provence and Nice.
Estonia. The Wildlife Calendar . A decent choice of wildlife webcameras in Estonia’s parks and forests – leaves rustle, bird songs, or even the wild boars munching. (Estonian/Russian/English/Deutsch)
Amsterdam, Netherlands. Canals, tourists and the carillion.
A few cams in Devon
Salty Cottage Cam, Teignmouth.
Brunel Railway sea wall – Cam 1.
Brunel Railway sea wall – Cam 2.
Polzeath, Cornwall. A view across Polzeath Beach over to Pentire.
Dublin, Ireland. Temple Bar, a largely tourist-oriented area.
Buchloe to the west of Munich. Honey Bee Hive. Plenty more wildlife cams at explore.org
Sylt island, Germany. North Sea island. Seagulls, wind and waves – with all the proper sounds to be heard
Prague, Czech Republic. A roaming cam at the roof a tram.
City of Hvar, Hvar island, Croatia. Waves, churches, odd voices.
Hino, Japan. Chuo railway line in Hino, east Tokyo.
Djuma Game Reserve, South Africa. The oldest waterhole cam in Africa and the world. It’s been broadcasting live from this spot since 1998. With some luck you will see big cats… also a lot of impalas (light brown antelope), waterbuck (white circle on rump), nyala (males have yellow legs and females have white stripes on flanks) and many other types of mammals, birds and reptiles.
South African natural reserve wildlife. Multiscreem mode and audio sound walks available.
Cusco, Peru. Live from Cuscos, once the Incas’ capital city. Up in the Andes — spanish speech, city noises, music and even the kitchenware clinkinf from the cafe.
Lake Hood Seaplane Base, Anchorage, Alaska. Initially set up as a plane-spotting cam, its location is good enough to transmit the sound of birds and human presence.
Puffins at the Seal Island, Seal Island, Maine, USA. Plenty more wildlife cams at explore.org.