Wildlife webcam streams live footage from the breath-taking and remote cloud forest of the Buenaventura Reserve, Ecuador.
World Land Trust (WLT) helped create this nature reserve and funds its on-going conservation by supporting our partner Fundación Jocotoco.
The webcam is in a prime position to film the incredible variety of birds that come to visit the feeders in the reserve, such as the 30 species of spectacular hummingbirds.
If you are lucky you could catch a glimpse the greedy Coatis who are regular visitors to the webcams. Coatis are bear-like mammals belonging to the raccoon family have a reputation for intelligence and can often be seen lapping up the sugar water from the hummingbird feeder.
All the webcams were setup by WLT's Web Multimedia Officer, Luciano Breves, who is a wildlife filmmaker and conservationist working to protect the forests of Brazil.
Join Luciano and other nature enthusiasts across the world on the Wildlife Webcam Chat (featured bottom right) and get your wildlife questions answered by the expert.
Discover more about the most common hummingbirds that visit the Buenaventura Webcam with our identification.
Find out where the Buenaventura Reserve is in Ecuador on Google Maps.
Watch videos from the Buenaventura Reserve and other WLT conservation projects across the world.
Plunge into the Ecuadorian Cloud Forests with our Virtual Tour of the Buenaventura Reserve.
Check out our webcam snapshots and share your own on the WLT Flickr group.
Discover more about WLT’s conservation projects in Ecuador to save threatened habitats and wildlife.