African Watering Hole

African Watering Hole

Take a virtual trip to an African watering hole where you will glimpse elephants, giraffes, zebras, hippos, and other wildlife meeting at the water’s edge for a drink.

This camera streams live from the Mpala Research Centre and Wildlife Foundation in Kenya. It is operated by explore.org, the philanthropic media arm of the Annenberg Foundation, as part of a collection of more than 50 HD cams around the world. To see more live cams, visit explore.org.

Schedule

  • 11:30pm - 12:30pm ET are the best viewing hours
  • Cam highlights will play in the off hours

The Laikipia District in Kenya lies at the foot of Mt. Kenya and is the home to one of the largest African Elephant populations in the world. Situated at a bustling watering hole on the grounds of the Mpala Research Centre, you can hope to see elephants and other wildlife including: hippopotamuses, giraffes, antelope, monkeys, crocodiles, and several species of birds.

For a detailed list of animals to look out for, check out this field guide from Mpala and explore.org.

Take a virtual trip to a watering hole in Kenya where you will glimpse elephants, hippos, and other wildlife gathering at the water’s edge for a drink.

This cam is located at the Mpala Research Centre and Wildlife Foundationin Kenya and brought to you courtesy of explore.org, the philanthropic media arm of the Annenberg Foundation.