Live from the San Diego Zoo, it’s a condor cam.
Here’s the SD Zoo’s description of what’s waiting online:
You Are Watching. . .
… Sisquoc and Shatash take turns sitting in their nest incubating an egg! Because every California condor egg is so important, their real egg has been removed for now to an incubator under the close watch of the keepers, while the parents take care of a life-like artificial egg. During the last few days of incubation, the real, fertile egg will be returned, and the parents will begin raising the chick. That’s expected to happen in March!