Wildlife webcam streams live footage from the Atlantic Rainforest in Brazil, an ecosystem that is more threatened than the Amazon Rainforest.
The webcam captures some of the incredible wildlife found in the Atlantic Rainforest – from the Swallow-tailed Hummingbird and Black Jacobin, to the Blue-winged Parrotlet and the Plain Parakeet. Running 24 hours a day, the webcam has a light for early mornings when it is still dark to show a glimpse into the forest's nocturnal inhabitant, like the fruit bats.
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.
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Discover more about the most common birds that visit the Ornithos Webcam with our identification guide.
Identify hummingbirds that commonly visit the Ornithos Webcam.
Find out the Ornithos Atlantic Rainforest webcam location on Google Maps.
See videos from the Atlantic Rainforest and other WLT conservation projects across the world.
Check out our webcam snapshots and share your own on the WLT Flickr group.
Discover more about WLT’s conservation projects in Brazil and Argentina that are protecting the Atlantic Rainforest.