Animal Cams

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WildEarth TV

November 15, 2011 -- Submitted by Rose Tylund, a reader from Vancouver, Canada, who is affiliated with the site.

Large selection of wildlife web cams plus a three hour live safari drive twice daily from the Djuma Game Reserve in South Africa. Presenters answer questions sent by email in real time. Intimate, up-close footage of leopards, lions, giraffes, zebras, hyenas not possible with still cams.

Live Alpaca Cam

May 8, 2010 -- From Jared, age 16, from United States of America, who is affiliated with the site.

This Live Alpaca Camera shows alpacas running, playing, eating and doing what alpacas do. A great view into the life of alpaca farming. 24/7 Streaming of Alpacas.

May 5, 2006 -- From Chuck, a reader from Eden Prairie, MN

This is a site with African water hole cams, safari cams and bird nest cams. It also has two really neat underwater cams from the Bahamas. I’m on this site a lot and I love it!

4-H Embryology EGG Cam

May 5, 2006 -- From Soni, a reader from Lincoln, Nebraska, who is affiliated with the site

Children, families and classrooms are able to watch chicks, ducks, pheasants and even peacocks hatch online. You’ll find resources on candling eggs, incubation, and other helpful advice.

National Geographic’s Crane Cam

March 16, 2005 -- From Jennifer Hunting, a reader from Washington D.C., who is affiliated with the site

Watch more than half a million sandhill cranes descend on Nebraska’s Platte River Valley at Audubon’s Rowe Sanctuary during the 2005 migration LIVE from your desktop! With activity peaking in mid-March through early April, crane cam’s remote cameras are now filming the cranes’ six-week Nebraska pit stop before they journey back north to their Arctic breeding grounds.

Animal Web Cams

February 25, 2002 -- From Len, a reader from Florida, who is affiliated with the site

Look at current live web cam views of animals worldwide. Links are indexed on more than 40 separate directories from Alligators to Zoos. There are also links to 6000+ “Child Safe” city, airport, college and other web cams worldwide. Since our site is family friendly, we DO NOT list any peresonal web cams.

The Porpoise Page

November 26, 2001 -- From Syd, a reader from Clarksville, Tennessee, who is affiliated with the site

The Porpoise Page provides information on the biology, life history, and physiology of porpoises.