This webcam is located inside the living quarters on the top floor and looks out to the northeast. Engineering Solutions is a weekly web series which demonstrates the Pittsburgh District's innovative solutions to complex problems within the district. The view extends down the Southeast Arm between the Promontory low ridge rising from the lake and the eastern shore. This webcam is HD, but our bandwidth capacity on the available T1 line restricts us to using a resolution of x at 15 frames per second. Occasionally you may see the top of oversize vehicles—RVs, tour buses, and delivery trucks—as they stop at the entrance station.
During summer, the webcam is often re-positioned by the fire lookout, and smoke from wildfires burning in the park may be visible.
Carl Nim, district biologist explains the role bugs play in determining the level of pollutants in our rivers and streams. Look for wildlife—elk, bison, and pronghorn can be seen grazing here. Terraces form when water rises through limestone, which then allows the water to carry high amounts of dissolved calcium carbonate. Mahoning Creek Lake Master Plan. John Lloyd, and I'm honored to be the new commander of the Pittsburgh District. Try clearing your browser's cache and press the reload refresh button. There are no artificial lights in front of the webcams.