Best Live Animal Cams – Watch Critter Cams in Zoos and in the Wild
Live animal webcams are a great alternative to a family day out. With tough economic times upon us, taking the whole family out for a day is not always something that can be budgeted for. Live web cams streaming real time feeds of genuine animals around the world provide a low cost way for families to spend some quality time with one another. From the famous Smithsonian Panda cams through to global zoo cam feeds, it is young and old alike can sit back and relax. Get that real safari experience from the comfort of your own homes.
Most of the animal webcam sites are free to use and along with engaging live critter cam feeds, their pages are packed with educational opportunities. One such site is Sandiegozoo.org which not only offer live animal web cam streams from within their park but also an entire section of the site dedicated to education. Explore.org is another site that offers unique experiences to anybody that loads the page. From the polar bears in Churchill, to the Brown Bears of the Dumpling Mountains and all manner of cams in between.
Free to use, the sites are simple in design which means even the youngest of computer users can watch whenever the fancy takes them. The live critter cams load automatically with no popups or adverts and are accompanied by a relaxing musical score so that the auditory senses are also satisfied.
Live animal cams are a modern wonder, bringing the bond between man and animal even closer. Bring wildlife into your lives with real animal cams. Watches whales cresting waves at sunrise, bees hard at work in the hive or all manner of endangered animals that ordinarily would remain nothing but pictures in books.
We are in the course of adding as many critter cam sites as we can manage. If you think you could recommend any sites we might have missed, or you want to get your own website on our list, please contact us.
More reviews coming soon:
- Discovery.com Review
- APL.tv (Animal Planet) Review
- MontereyBayAquarium.org Review