If you're missing getting out into nature, going birdwatching or admiring the world's wildlife, try one of these lockdown-friendly livestreams and social groups instead...
Every weekday morning at 9am, wildlife TV presenter and conservationist Chris Packham is hosting a homespun Springwatch, if you like, live on Facebook.
He's joined by his stepdaughter, zoologist Megan McCubbin, and other guests pop in via video from their own lockdown locations.
The popularity of the livestreams has grown so much, Chris and Megan are now running the Self-Isolation Bird Club, encouraging members to share bird sightings from their windows and gardens. Uplifting for any birdwatcher twitching (get it?) to get back to nature.
A hidden gem if we ever saw one. Yes, there exists a website where Sir David Attenborough takes you on an interactive journey through Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
Apparently, the videos featuring Sir David were created to promote his 2015 BBC series, Reef. They're accompanied by an interactive map, infographics and classic imagery of the corals. Not quite a livestream, but still worth a watch.
Ben Fogle's been using Instagram Live to prepare a travel-focused livestream suitable for the whole family: The Adventure Class!
Each class explores a new theme, and is filmed live from his children's treehouse. His little ones, Iona and Ludo, often appear in the videos, too.
Great if you've got mini adventurers to entertain, or a wonderful watch if you're a Ben Fogle fan. Times and dates vary, so keep an eye on his posts for info on the next class.
Another family-friendly endeavour, join Galápagos presenter Monty Halls on various world journeys streamed to fans as a free webinar.
You'll get to enjoy some of the world's greatest destinations from the comfort of your home, with Monty as your guide. Dates for the next webinar are TBC, so you'll have to keep your eyes peeled if you want to join the next one.
Explore’s live nature cams are some of the best. Head to YouTube or explore.org to watch everything from a live feed of an eagle's nest (above), peek in on the world's oceans, and follow elephants in Africa.
Perhaps best known for their live bear cams, you can meet Katmai National Park's brown bears, watch panda bears in China's Wolong Valley Nature Reserve, and if you're lucky, even polar bears!
Whatever your favourite UK-based bird species, The Wildlife Trust has a (seasonal) live webcam stream for you.
Like Scottish ospreys? There's a livestream for you. Interested to see the peregrine falcons in Nottingham Trent Universit? There's a livestream for that. There are barn owls in Dorset, kittiwakes in Newcastle and the island of Burhou's puffins.
The low option effort for anyone who wants a nature fix without commitment, or can't - for whatever reason - follow along with the livestreams live.
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