WildEarth is super excited to announce our partnership with Ustream.tv


For the next few months WildEarth will be exclusively re-broadcasting our LIVE streams on the Ustream platform (as well as at wildearth.tv of course). Many of you have been watching some of our broadcasts on Justin.tv, YouTube and DailyMotion, but for a while these will not be active. The idea is to work exclusively with Ustream to build a large audience of LIVE wildlife viewers together.


Ustream and the Raptor Resource Project broke records in the past few months with the now world famous Decorah Eagles webcam. We hope to do even better with Ustream’s new multi-view, which allows you to switch from one WildEarth stream to another right inside the player!

So please make sure to tell all your friends, ‘join the crowd’, Tweet and ‘Like’ our broadcasts. Lets see if we can build a really large audience of LIVE wildlife fans on Ustream.

As many of you already know WildEarth was very proud to launch and host Pete’s Pond at Mashatu Game Reserve in Botswana and equally proud to bring back the Djuma waterhole cam with Djuma Game Reserve in South Africa. These streams, along with our twice daily LIVE safaris will be available at Ustream.tv as well. There are also 3 x PixController cams and Penguin Point from the National Aviary. Soon Operation Migration’s ‘ground cam’ will be starting up again, which will be followed by the exceptional flight cam where you can fly along with the Whooping cranes as they migrate across America. 

The two waterhole cams are now being controlled by our dedicated global team of volunteer ‘zoomies’ around the clock. This team are also Tweeting all sightings on the WildEarth Twitter account: @wildearth