Wild Animal Live Cameras
Discover what life is like for majestic wild animals with these awesome live camera feeds!
Interested in learning more about awesome animals all around the world? Check out Atlas Crate (ages 6-11), our monthly geography box that gives kids hands-on experiences with unfamiliar lands, people, and animals!
The Cumbria Wildlife Trust creates wildlife havens, and seeks to raise environmental awareness across 38 nature reserves. From badgers to grey seals, gain a glimpse into the world of wild animals in their natural habitat!
Learn more: Cumbria Wildlife Cam
After a bald eagle nest was destroyed, Raptor Resource Project constructed a nest nearby and set up a live stream. Now the eagles have taken it over and you can watch them flourish!
Learn more: Raptor Resource Project
The Monterey Bay Aquarium is a sustainability and rehabilitation-focused group that offers 10 awesome live animal cameras. Enjoy the antics of sea otters and watch jellies bob peacefully in the water!
Learn more: Monterey Bay Aquarium
In addition to being voted the one of the top zoos in the world, The San Diego Zoo is an animal research facility known for releasing animals back into the world. To this date it has released 44 species of animals back into the wild and has conducted Panda research for 22 years. Tune into their numerous live cams to watch a koala munch on eucalyptus or a platypus zoom through the water!
Learn more: San Diego Zoo
Not only does the Smithsonian National Zoo operate awesome animal cams, but they also provided this helpful guide of different activities that help kids learn while they watch animals!
Learn more: Smithsonian National Zoo
This wildlife camera features a watering hole at Mpala Research Centre in central Kenya’s Laikipia County. Tune in and keep an eye out for elephants, giraffes, and more!
Learn more: River Wildlife Camera
Tune in to the Royal Alberta Critter Cams to see Western Painted Turtles and Peacock Mantis Shrimp. Sit back, relax, and watch turtles do what they do best: swim, eat, and sleep!
Learn more: Royal Alberta Museum
Dog and Cat Live Streams
These paw-some live streams make the world a better place by facilitating adoption and supporting thoughtful charities – and they give us a chance to see cute kittens and puppies!
Warrior Canine Connection enlists recovering military veterans in a therapeutic mission of learning to train service dogs for their fellow veterans. Puppies enter the WCC playroom when they’re about 4 weeks old, and their adorable chewing and stumbling is live streamed for the world to enjoy!
Learn more: Warrior Canine Connection
Tiny Kittens HQ rescues cats in British Columbia and educates people globally about how to care for their feline friends!
Learn more: Tiny Kittens HQ
At the FoF Rescue center, fur-tunate cats and kittens live together in a playground designed for comfort and convenience.
Learn more: Friends of Felines
Interested in learning more about awesome animals all around the world? Check out Atlas Crate, our monthly geography box that gives kids immersive, hands-on experiences that connect them creatively and intellectually with unfamiliar lands, people, and animals!