Live Cams Showing Animals from Living Desert Zoo & Gardens Now Online
The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens has launched a series of live cams that give you a glimpse of some of the amazing animals that call the Living Desert home.
There are three cameras available for people to watch.
The African savannah
The African savannah webcam gives you a glimpse of what the herd of giraffes are doing, or you can watch the guinea fowls running around, or see the greater kudu grazing in the hills, and maybe after watching the ostrich frolic around the habitat.
The Australian Adventures webcam gives you a glimpse of the zoo’s wallabies as they hop and parakeets as they fly.
The construction site of the crossroads of conservation
The construction site webcam lets you follow the progress as the team completes work on Phase 2 of Crossroads of Conservation. The Living Desert is expected to open the new Rhino Savanna in fall 2021.
You can check out the cameras at https://www.livingdesert.org/animals/live-cam/
More Live Cams: Check out the live cams from News Channel 3 here.
The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens is located in Palm Desert at 47900 Portola Avenue. The zoo is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with limited capacity. All tickets must be purchased in advance at LivingDesert.org.
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Masks are mandatory. Click here to learn more about the zoo’s reopening preparation plan.
Find out how you can help the amazing veterinary and animal care teams during these unprecedented times with Living Desert’s Mission: Animal Care fund.
WATCH: A new rhino habitat is being built at the Living Desert Zoo