Lake Champlain Live Cam

This underwater live stream comes to you from ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, a science museum situated by Lake Champlain, Burlington waterfront in the US state of Vermont. The webcam shows you a fish tank of aquatic non-native and invasive species found at Lake Lake Champlain. Lake Champlain has fifty identified non-species, the majority introduced by people. Some of the fish you may see are the Koi carp, Tench, the Goldfish, the European rudd, and the White Perch. Lake Champlain is a natural freshwater lake mainly between Vermont and New York and stretching to Quebec province, in Canada. The building of ECHO has the first certification LEED – (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) in Vermont, being an essential non-profit organization caring for Lake Champlain that faces many environmental challenges. Would you mind scrolling down to see its location on the map?

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