The 5 Best Live
Wildlife Camera Websites
4. Djuma Private Game Reserve
Situated in Sabi Sand Game Reserve, South Africa. The camera is facing a waterhole and they have an infrared light for viewing the area at night.
3. Africam Multiview
Africam is a network of 6 cameras. They are all based in South Africa, with most of them based in Balule Game Reserve. They are equipped with an infrared (IR) light, which makes it possible to view at night as well.
Naledi Game Lodge, Balule Game Reserve
Nkorho Bush Lodge, Sabi Sand Game Reserve
Tembe Elephant Park, KwaZulu-Natal
Walter Sisulu Botanical Garden
The have a page with a Multiview, allowing to watch all 6 cameras. You can also go to the page of each camera to get a larger view and some additional information about the cameras.
2. Explore Live cams
Explore live cams has a range of cameras across the globe. No infrared. They are featuring a range of topics, from hummingbird nests to bears and animals in zoos. They might have a couple of cameras. Check under the large video and check different live cameras and some highlights. Quite often they start showing the highlights when you first get to a camera. Here an overview of the wild mammal related cameras:
- African Safari – Laikipia County, Kenya (Same camera as Nr. 5: MPALA LIVE!)
- Polar Bear Tundra Buggy – Churchill, Manitoba, Canada
- Brooks Falls Brown Bears – Katmai National Park, Alaska, USA (definitely good during the salmon season)
1. WildEarth – SafariLIVE
LIVE SAFARI. A couple of safari guides are driving around with a camera switching between each other showing you the best they can find. At the moment they are in Kenya (not sure if they go to other places as well). They have certain times they broadcast, check their website or click on the play button to see how long you have to wait till the next safari. I definitely enjoyed it.
On the website you also have some additional still live cameras (check the menu):
They also have a schedule when they go LIVE on Safari.