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Snapshot from the Ecuador webcam

Snapshot from the Ecuador webcam Webchat Preview

Above top: South American Coatis and Hummingbirds feeding in front of the Buenaventura Reserve webcam. Above: A preview of the new webchat

WLT (World Land Trust) has expanded its multimedia technology to help you experience the beauty of the tropical rainforests it is protecting. We have recently launched our new instant chat feature for the  Atlantic Rainforest Webcam, to allow you to chat about wildlife you see live in the forests via our webcams.

Users will be able to help each other with species identification, share knowledge and discuss conservation related issues. In addition, in the coming weeks we will be inviting our very own wildlife experts; including webcam creators, staff and project partners to talk about the wildlife that visits the webcam feeders and answer questions about conservation in the tropics and the work of WLT.

If you would like to take part in this new addition to the website all you have to do is sign up for free to the Wildlife Focus website. Please note if you are already using the video uploading feature of Wildlife Focus, then you can use your existing login details for the chat system.

If you would like to be kept informed on when the ‘ask the expert’ live events will take place, then please send an email to [email protected] or follow us on twitter and we will let you know the day and time of an ‘ask the experts’ session.

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