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BALULE NATURE RESERVE, SOUTH AFRICA

ROSIE’S PAN WEBCAM 

This camera is hidden at a secluded watering hole. It is completely solar powered due to its remote location. A borehole replenishes much needed water for the animals that frequent this area. From here you can watch the “Big Five” animals of Africa: lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos and buffalo. Giraffes and a large variety of antelopes, genets, squirrels, warthogs, and Giant kingfishers also converge at this key watering point.

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CONGO

GRACE Gorilla Livestream

The GRACE Explore.org livestream of one of two forest habitats at GRACE.

GRACE is the world’s only sanctuary for rescued Grauer’s gorillas, a Critically Endangered subspecies found in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. GRACE provides rehabilitative care for gorillas orphaned by poaching, nursing orphans back to health and giving them the chance to be with other gorillas again. 

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GROOT MARICO

TAU WATERHOLE WEBCAM

On the Northern border of South Africa and Botswana lies a beautiful area known as the Groot Marico, named after the Marico River. This spectacular setting houses Tau Game Lodge situated in the Madikwe Game Reserve (the 4th largest game reserve in the country). The lodge overlooks Tau Waterhole, an oasis for animals and wildlife including elephants, giraffes, lions, zebras, and cheetahs .

Along with these animals this area attracts over 27 species of game and is a prime spot for bird watchers. The waterhole also houses resident nile crocodiles that prey on birds and other animals. The Tau live camera gives viewers a secret window into this sanctuary and it’s robust South African ecosystem as elephants bathe, lions roar, wild dogs roam, and crocodiles prey. 

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EMANGUSI, SOUTH AFRICA

OLIFANTS RIVER WEBCAM

 This camera is set on the banks of the mighty Olifants river near the Naledi Game Lodge. This river is a tributary of the Limpopo River. The Olifants river’s source is between Breyten and Bethal in the province of Mpumalanga. It flows northeast as it passes through the Kruger National Park and Mozambique on its way to join the Limpopo about 190km inland before flowing into the Indian Ocean. This camera is among the very few cameras that continuously captures the moods and the majesty of a wild, perennial African river. Crocodiles and hippos are regularly seen in the river while elephants and giraffes are seen grazing on the banks and crossing the river. Other animals which frequent this camera are baboons, waterbuck, bushbuck, impalas, storks, herons and owls. They can also be seen foraging along the banks.  

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THE NALEDI CAT-EYE WEBCAM

 This camera has been set up at the eye level of a leopard to give a unique view of the scale of the animals that frequent the waterhole. Giraffes and elephants tower over the camera giving the viewer a completely different perspective of these creatures. Animals visiting this camera include cheetahs, lions, elephants, giraffes, impalas, baboons, warthogs, owls, Egyptian geese, genets, waterbuck and porcupines.

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TEMBE ELEPHANT PARK WEBCAM

 Situated in an area that was once the ancient ‘Ivory Route’, linking Mozambique and Zululand, Tembe Elephant Park is renowned for having the largest elephants in Africa – and the planet! The park’s location is very remote, lying deep in the sand forests and wetlands in northern Tongaland. It borders between KwaZulu-Natal and Mozambique. Along with viewing these gentle giants, you can also spot the rest of the “Big Five” : lions, leopards, black and white rhinos and buffalo. There are also tiny Suni antelope, and a spectacular variety of animals including over 340 bird species. The park consists mainly of closed woodland, but offers a great diversity of vegetation, lying within a transition area between tropical and sub-tropical climates. The camera is situated on the hide at one of the waterholes in the area. 

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KIMBERLY, SOUTH AFRICA

LESSER FLAMINGOS AT KAMFERS DAM WEBCAM

The Lesser Flamingo breeding ground at Kimberley, South Africa, is a globally important bird and biodiversity area. It is being monitored and studied as an ongoing effort to insure the conservation of these birds. The live camera plays an important part in collecting data that was not possible before. 

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KENYA

KENYA-VOI WILDLIFE LODGE TSAVO EAST NATIONAL PARK LIVE WEBCAM

Located in south eastern Kenya, near the Tanzanian border, Tsavo National Park is a biodiversity oasis; this natural reserve combines the Tsavo East National Park and the Tsavo West National Park separated by the Mombasa-Nairobi Expressway. As one of the world’s largest parks, Tsavo East covers an area of 22000 km2, its dry plains and evocative rivers are home to majestic animals such as: black rhinos, cape buffaloes, African elephants, leopards, hippos, Masai lions and Masai giraffes.

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NAMIBIA

Live WEBCAM STREAM IN THE NAMIB DESERT 

Namibia officially the Republic of Namibia, is a country in Southern Africa. Its western border is the Atlantic Ocean. Complementing the magnificence of the Namib Desert’s never-ending red sand dunes, Namibia Cam’s waterhole lies within the Gondwana Namib Park bordering the Namib Naukluft Park. All types of animals come here to drink the water… A solar-powered borehole fills a nearby reservoir and is monitored by a water float that opens as the waterhole’s levels decline.  

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Okaukuejo Resort, Wildlife Waterhole

This live wildlife video camera is situated at NWR Okaukuejo Resort Wildlife Waterhole in the Etosha National Park in Namibia. This is a scarce wildlife area where you can watch animals from all over the Etosha National Park come to drink water and have a break from the hot sun. The waterhole is a haven for a number of wildlife species, including a great variety of birdlife, lions, elephants, giraffes, rhinos and many more. 24-hour a day, 365 days a year!

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NKORHO 

NKORHO – AFRICA LIVE CAM

Elephants, lions, leopards, buffalo, wild dogs live from Nkorho, Africa.

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NELSPRUIT, SOUTH AFRICA

CARE FOR WILD RHINO SANCTUARY OUTDOOR WEBCAM


CARE FOR WILD RHINO SANCTUARY INDOOR WEBCAM

Live stream from the rhino rehabilitation boma at Care for Wild. Rehabilitation is the first step to being able to rerelease a rhino. The Care for Wild team expertly works to heal, nurture, and prepare the growing calf for release back into the wild.

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PRETORIA

LIVE BIRDS FROM SOUTH AFRICA

This bird feeding station is located in a suburban garden backyard in Pretoria, South Africa. Apart from Pretoria being at 4,600 feet (1400 m) above sea level, the bird feeder is situated between the trees about 20 feet (6m) above ground level.

This bird camera is brought to us by Allen BirdCam, who has been live-streaming since 2010! Please enjoy this small contribution from this wonderful family, as they love sharing a little window into Africa and the wonderful blessings from nature, highlighting the importance of taking good care of our valuable environment.

You can learn more about Allen BirdCam at http://www.allenbirdcam.com/. The feeder was custom designed and built from teak hardwood, which is resistant to the weather and easy to disinfect.


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ROODEPOORT 

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WEBCAM OF THE BLACK EAGLES OF ROODEKRANS

Roodepoort, South Africa This live cam shows a pair of nesting Black Eagles. The female is named Makasta, and the male is named Mahlori.   ...wikipedia..black eagle...

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SABI SAND WILDTUIN, SOUTH AFRICA

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Djuma Private Game Reserve Live Stream

Over Gowrie dam on Djuma Game Reserve, in the Sabi Sand Wildtuin, South Africa. In fact this is the oldest waterhole cam in Africa and the world. It’s been broadcasting LIVE from this spot since 1998.

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MPALA RESEARCH CENTRE WEBCAM

 In central Kenya. This live cam provides another view of the watering hole and river at Mpala Research Centre in central Kenya. Watch as animals come to drink and swim, and keep an eye on the acadia trees lining the riverbank–they are home to vervet monkeys, olive baboons, and many birds.

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SABI SAND GAME RESERVE, SOUTH AFRICA 

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NKORHO BUSH LODGE WEBCAM

Located in South Africa in the Sabi Sand Game ReserveNkorho Bush Lodge is home to an incredible diversity of wildlife and is the premier way to experience the African bushveld. The Nkorho area is famous for hosting the “Big Five” animals, a myriad of bird species, and various endangered species. This camera has infrared technology and you can feel the thrill as this camera comes alive with nocturnal animals ruling the night. The park also shares 50 kilometers of its unfenced boundary with neighboring Kruger National Park, allowing animals to move freely between the two parks. ...wikipedia…Kruger National Park ...

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PILANSBERG NATIONAL PARK LIVE WEBCAM

View of the wild animals of the Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa. ...wikipedia… Pilanesberg National Park .

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ZAMBIA 

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LOWER ZAMBEZI NATIONAL PARK LIVE WEBCAM

Elephants, hippos, buffalos, lions and other African animals live from the Royal Zambezi Lodge.

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