Frolic with penguins, plunge into a colorful coral reef, or visit the remote, iconic Farallon Islands—all via live webcam in vivid HD. Each webcam page includes fascinating information, including a look into the preening, molting, head-shaking behaviors of our African penguins.
Explore.org is the world's leading philanthropic live nature cam network and documentary film channel. Features a wide range of topics—from animal rights, health and human services, and poverty to the environment, education, and spirituality. Delivered in short, digestible bites, explore films appeal to viewers of all ages, from children learning about other cultures for the first time to adults looking for a fresh perspective on the world around them.
The Houston Zoo has a variety of daily live streams from 7 am - 7 pm on its website including the gorilla habitat, elephant yard, and flamingo habitat.
The Monteray Bay Aquarium provides a number of daily live streams from 7 am - 7 pm, and also features narrated feedings on some live cams at specific times during the week.
The National Aquarium in Baltimore offers three live streams every day: Blacktip Reef, Pacific Coral Reef, and Jellies Invasion.
The San Diego Zoo live streams a number of animals on its site, including koalas, giraffes and polar bears.
Wild Earth hosts twice-daily safari live streams from South Africa during sunrise and sunset. During the stream, experts guide viewers through the experience and answer questions from the comments section. The show follows a reality TV show format, using safari vehicles, guides on foot, drones, balloons, rovers and remote webcams to search for its stars.