In a few days, nations around the globe celebrate World Wildlife Day under the theme “Big Cats: Predators Under Threat”. Here at Mpala, the home of African Wildlife on Explore.org, this important event will shine a spotlight on our mission to protect wildlife and their habitat using Science, Education and Conservation. Scientists are finding new ways to
There is a lot of activity going on at the African Animal Lookout. Take a look to see what animals you can spot on the live cam! Here are five of the best from the week, captured by our viewers! (cover photo captured by member uclamom)
This summer we launched our Africa Wildlife Cams in partnership with Mpala Research Centre in Lakipia, Central Kenya. The Cams are located in a section of the Ewaso Ng’iro River teeming with wildlife where more than 20 species have already shown up on the cams. We thought you should meet some of our African stars!
Check out the five best African River Wildlife Live Cam snapshots from our viewers this week! We have beautiful vistas, elephants, long-neck giraffes – – no unicorns this time, but a rare leopard sighting! Thank you! Giraffe Tree Top Snack, from joelm Impala Herd, from zdewas Dik-diks, from designcbt Leopard Spotting, from Suefish Hippos & Elephants, from Janet,Bensalem,PA Amazing job guys!
Our Explore.org fans and Live Cam watchers (you!) have captured some AMAZING shots on our African Wildlife Live Cams. We’re featuring just a few of the stupendous snapshots from the past week here and offering a short guide to the African wildlife pictured below: Water Buffalo (Emily Echols Ginder) Elephants (Dac Man & suzie2013) Hippos (Mpala Live! & Emily Echols Ginder) Egyptian Geese (Dragisha)