Overview

Nothing beats experiencing wildlife through your own eyes. However, site accessibility and the possibility of disturbing wildlife can be challenging when wanting to engage with a wider audience to achieve a conservation outcome.

Live Cam allows people to connect and engage with your project 24/7 in real time by streaming high definition video via the Spark mobile 4G network or ultra-fast broadband land line.

Live Cam utilises the YouTube streaming platform allowing you to collaborate with like-minded projects nationally and internationally.

An independent review of a Live Cam project highlighted the potential commercial value for business giving you the possibility to generate funding for your project.

Benefits when partnering with us

  • We will obtain the appropriate landowner consents and wildlife permits.
  • We can provide a community engagement plan including online and social media presence.
  • We have access to external expertise from our partners.
  • Once the project is up and running you will receive technical support through the life of the project*

*  Terms and conditions to be negotiated.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nM6VK-zkFI

Northern royal albatross

Pukekura/Taiaroa Head

live stream royal cam.

In January 2016 one of our trustees, Matt Robertson, helped set up Department of Conservation’s (DOC) Royal Cam. With over 7,400 subscribers, Royal Cam is now in its fourth season. Through Urban Wildlife Trust, Matt will continue to provide support to this and future DOC projects.

To find out more and view the live cam Click Here

Urban Wildlife Trust has the expertise and experience to offer a solution that will help you to tell your story.

Live Cam allows people to connect and engage with wildlife 24/7 in real time by streaming high definition video through the internet.

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