Wolf Conservation Center Live Webcams
In partnership with WildEarth.tv
The Wolf Conservation Center's (WCC) educational impact is a whole lot broader thanks to our partnership with experienced live wildlife broadcasters from wildearth.tv! Our collection of webcams allow an unlimited number of viewers to enter the private lives of one "Ambassador" wolf and three elusive packs of critically endangered wolves via unobtrusive cameras in and around anticipated den sites.
As participant in the Species Survival Plans (SSPs) and Recovery Plans for two critically endangered wolf species, the WCC acts as caretaker for 5 red wolves (Canis rufus), and 15 Mexican Gray wolves (Canis lupus baileyi). The Mexican gray wolf and the red wolf are among the most rare mammals in North America. Presently there are approximately 400 Mexican gray wolves and fewer than 300 red wolves remaining in the world.
Below are brief introductions to the wolves with links to the live webcams. Enjoy and please let us know if you see anything interesting!
1-19-13 WEBCAM UPDATE: We recently removed the webcam from the enclosure occupied by Mexican wolves F810 and M807. We’ll be relocating the camera so WCC staff and supporters can observe whether or not romance develops between Mexican wolves F749 and M804. These two wolves were chosen to breed to enhance the genetic health of their rare species. Stay tuned!