EMWD installs webcam at San Jacinto Wetlands

Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) has installed a webcam at its San Jacinto Wetlands. The webcam allows the public to view live footage of the Wetlands, a place where more than 120 species of birds have been spotted. One can now enjoy seeing local and visiting birds swimming, building a nest, or catching a meal.

The San Jacinto Wetlands, located at EMWD’s San Jacinto Valley Regional Water Reclamation Facility, was formed in the mid-1990’s to help with the treatment plant process and to create a habitat for birds and other wildlife. 

The Wetlands facility is also home to EMWD’s water education center, which features numerous hands-on activities where students experience an exciting day and increase their knowledge. EMWD also hosts seasonal bird-watching tours led by experienced National Audubon Society members.

EMWD resumed its popular birding tours this month at its San Jacinto Wetlands facility. The tours take place on the second Saturday in February through April, and again beginning in October. Reservations are required.

To view the webcam at the San Jacinto Wetlands, click here.


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