Welcome to PixCams
Welcome to PixCams! Our live streaming webcams are designed to connect people with nature, which is especially important during these difficult times. These cameras not only provide a window into wildlife, but they provide an educational tool for schools, researchers, and the general public. Wildlife streaming cams have steadily gained popularity among both scientists and casual observers because wildlife is unscripted — you never know what you might see! Join in and view one of our many live streaming wildlife cams and be sure to follow us on Facebook for daily updates.
Since we broadcast our first wildlife webcam in 2004, we have continually developed new technologies that allow us to bring unique wildlife species into homes and schools all over the world.
Our live streaming cameras have been viewed by millions of people all over the world and have appeared on all of the major networks. Our cameras have been featured on Animal Planet, Discovery Channel, History Channel, and National Graphic. In 2017 our cameras were used in the first live wildlife production titled “Earth Live” by NatGeo, hosted by Jane Lynch and Phil Keoghan.
Our Team and
PixCams is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to live streaming an assortment of various wildlife for education and enjoyment. We get a tremendous amount of help from our volunteers who make this all possible.
If you are interested in volunteering or know someone that might be, we are always looking for skills/help in the following areas:
- Publishing interesting wildlife Blog articles
- Website updates – WordPress skills needed
- Participating in live chat
- Social media updates – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
- Developing educational wildlife lesson plans