Snoqualmie Falls no longer has a live web cam, as of 2015. There was a live web cam at Snoqualmie Falls, but Puget Sound Energy removed it in 2012.
In 2013, Puget Sound Energy installed a new live web cam at Snoqualmie Falls after the birth of some Peregrine falcons at the falls. The parents of these chicks have lived on the cliff face of the falls for a long time. The live web cam allowed viewers to watch the chicks. However, as of September 2015, the link to the live web cam doesn't work anymore. Puget Sound Energy has videos on its website for individuals who want a virtual tour of the falls.