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Our Favorite Nature & Wildlife Webcams

Our Favorite Nature & Wildlife Webcams

Apr 18, 2019|Natural History| by Jordyn Kalman

Experiencing an animal in its natural habitat can induce pure awe and amazement in even the most cultured travelers. For those of us who dream of a rare bird or animal sightings but don’t have the time or mean to travel thousands of miles across the globe to achieve it, wildlife webcams are the perfect solution. Tuning into the various livestreams of animals and nature around the world can help you feel connected to the earth while taking in some breathtaking sights, all from your home. Here are our four favorite webcams from around the world to start watching now.

Tembe Elephant Park cam, South Africa

Tembre Elephant Park is home to some of the largest elephants in the whole world, weighing in at seven metric tons and standing over 3 meters tall. Set up by a busy watering hole in South Africa, the park has a webcam that runs 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Tune in to see these majestic creatures in their natural habitat as well as other animals like lions, hyenas, and gazelles.  The best time to see the elephants is between 5:00 am-9:00 am EST.Watch it here.

       Dain Van Schoyck

Birds of Antonina cam, Brazil 

This cam shows a bird feeder in the city of Antonina, near the coast of Southern Brazil. This town is in the middle of the biggest continuous area of preserved Atlantic Rainforest in Brazil and the headquarters of the Ornithos Project, an online project dedicated to making bird watching accessible for everyone through video. The webcam captures the biodiversity of the beautiful Atlantic Rainforest habitat, including live images of Bananaquit, Dusky-legged Guan, Green-Headed Tanager, Green Honeycreeper, Great Kiskadee, Black-throated Mango, Saw-billed Hermit, Swallow-tailed Hummingbird and many others. You can clicki here to watch.

    Black-throated Mango

Richard Greenspun

Turtle Bay cam, Hawaii 

EXPLORE is the largest live nature cam network on the planet, with live videos focusing on many different species in many countries across the world. Enjoy the sights and sounds of one of the last undeveloped stretches of land on the north shore of Oahu, Hawaii with this cam that overlooks Turtle Bay. Watch the waves break, catch world-famous Hawaiian sunsets, and if you're lucky maybe a rainbow will appear. While there are no big wildlife populations to focus on in this area, the natural beauty of this paradise makes it well worth the watch. View it here.

        Turtle Bay 

Max Kiesler via Flickr

Panda cam, China

The Dujiangyan Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding was created over 20 years ago in order to preserve giant panda populations and other endangered wildlife as well as promote conservation education, tourism and education, and cultural events relating to pandas. This reserve has set up many live stream cameras that show off how cute their adult and baby pandas are. Check them out eating, playing with each other, or just taking a nap.Tune in here by clicking the videos titled Dujiangyan Cam A,B,C ect. to see them in action.

      Marylin Lisowski

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