Wildlife Webcams - Live from the Rainforest
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Live webcams by the World Land Trust (WLT) stream rainforest life from across South America
Discover tropical birds and charismatic animals that you have never seen before - from greedy families of coatis to vibrant fluttering hummingbirds.
Share your passion for the natural world with people from across the globe with the Webcam Chat and get your wildlife questions answered by an expert.
Our three webcams show live footage from the breath-taking and remote tropical forests of Ecuador, Brazil and Argentina, where WLT is supporting conservation projects to protect some of the most threatened habitats and wildlife on Earth.
Sir David Attenborough, WLT Patron
"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 rainforest webcam is an extraordinary lifeline and communication with the natural world."