Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge Webcam
Sebastian is home to Pelican Island, America's 1st National Wildife Refuge. A webcam was recently installed so that people from all over the world can check out the natural habitat and beautiful wildlife at Pelican Island. The Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge Webcam was paid for by the Sebastian River Area Chamber of Commerce which received funding from the Indian River County Chamber of Commerce Tourist Development Council. Pelican Island Preservation Society has graciously underwritten the monthly hosting and maintenance fees associated with the webcam. The webcam is located at the end of the Centennial Trail on the Observation Deck overlooking Pelican Island. The camera provides an overview shot of Pelican Island as well as a bird zoom and a video clip. The webcam can be viewed online at pelicanislandwebcam.com
. Sebastian Inlet State Park Webcam
Sebastian Inlet State Park, one of the most popular State Parks in the Southeast, offers premier fishing and surfing on the east coast. With three miles of beautiful beaches for swimming, surfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, shelling, & sunbathing, a fishing jetty, tidal pool, hiking trails, picnic areas, a campground and fishing & treasure museums, there's something for everyone!
The webcam provides beautiful panoramic views of Sebastian Inlet as well zoomed in views, night shots and video clips. The webcam can be viewed online at www.sebastianinletcam.com
along with real time wind data, weather conditions and tide chart information.