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New Mono Lake web cam installed at Visitor Center

November 10th, 2011 by Mono Lake Committee Staff

This post was written by Carolyn Weddle, 2011 Project Specialist.

A new camera has been installed at the Mono Basin National Forest Scenic Area Visitor Center for the Mono Lake Cam, one of the Mono Lake Committee’s three Mono Basin web cams.


The new camera comes with perks; one of which is the elimination of the light streak that was present on the old web cam. It also has a wider angle and is able to show the Visitor Center outdoor patio, roof, and trees on the side to create an overall better image.

The Mono Lake Cam is available for anyone to view on our website thanks to a partnership with the Forest Service Visitor Center. They have been hosting this camera  since the late 1990s; a big thank you goes out to them for helping to provide an online view of Mono Lake available to all!

So take a moment and check out the new and improved web view of Mono Lake on our website. We hope you enjoy the view.


6 Responses to “New Mono Lake web cam installed at Visitor Center”

  1. avatar Dawn Says:

    I love the new web cam and it’s position! Thanks!

  2. avatar Carolyn, Project Specialist Says:

    I’m glad you enjoyed the new web camera. Thanks for your feedback!

  3. avatar Ann Hanson Says:

    Great new addition … I live vicariously through the web cams of the Sierras. I’ve made reservations for June 2012 to return for the first time in 6 six years! I’m so looking forward to getting back “home.”

  4. avatar Russ Taylor - Canoe Coordinator Says:

    Yeah, now I can keep up from the Everglades!

  5. avatar Rita Hester Says:

    Very nice addition. When I need to get away and I am stuck in town, I take a vacation via webcams and plan for future trips.

  6. avatar Robin Adams Says:

    Beautiful! Makes me miss Mono Lake that much more! We’re looking forward to returning in the spring!