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Wildlife Webcams: a window into rainforest life

28 February, 2012 - 17:00 -- World Land Trust
Wildlife webcam captures coatis

Live webcams for wildlife lovers are now on the World Land Trust (WLT) website, with a new instant chat feature to share your passion with like-minded people across the world

World Land Trust (WLT) has launched wildlife webcams on our main website, making it easier for you to watch live footage from the heart of the rainforest in Brazil and Ecuador.

From the comfort of your own home, you are transported to the cloud forests of Ecuador and Brazil’s Atlantic Rainforest. Here you can watch a vibrant array of hummingbird species, brightly coloured tanagers, parakeets and toucans. If you are lucky you may even catch a glimpse of a greedy coati family or a group of charismatic marmosets.

Sir David Attenborough

Sir David Attenborough at World Land Trust’s launch of the wildlife webcams in 2008. At the event, Sir David was presented with a tree new to science, named in his honour © Ellie Kurttz

Our new and improved instant webchat allows you to get interactive and share your passion for wildlife with like-minded people across the world. Get all your wildlife questions answered by our expert, Luciano Breves from Brazil, who is on hand to share his knowledge. Simply sign up or use your Facebook or Twitter log in and start chatting.

We launched our first webcam in 2008 and have been improving them ever since – showing our supporters the beautiful array of wildlife they are helping to save. Sir David Attenborough, WLT patron, said:

 “As human beings we are more urbanised than ever before, and we are out of touch with the natural world. Yet we are 100% dependent on its resources. World Land Trust’s new rainforest webcam is an extraordinary lifeline and communication with the natural world.”

Watch and share your passion for rainforest life today.

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