TV

Research Cam broadcasts live from African bush

Research Cam (www.researchcam.com) is showing a 24-hour, live video feed from a wild dog den within the African bush. Free for viewing, the den is currently a hotbed of activity, as the pack is currently nurturing newborn pups. After discovering the wild dog den in the Blue Canyon Game Reserve near Hoedspruit, South Africa, the Ingwe Leopard Project team, along with Wildearth.tv, quickly designed and built a system capable of capturing and streaming live video of the wild dogs in their natural environment. The advanced camera system includes infra-red night vision. Wildearth.tv broadcasts 24 hours a day from South Africa's Djuma Game Reserve, as well as from various wildlife locations in North America.
August 6, 2009

Research Cam (www.researchcam.com) is showing a 24-hour, live video feed from a wild dog den within the African bush. Free for viewing, the den is currently a hotbed of activity, as the pack is currently nurturing newborn pups. After discovering the wild dog den in the Blue Canyon Game Reserve near Hoedspruit, South Africa, the Ingwe Leopard Project team, along with Wildearth.tv, quickly designed and built a system capable of capturing and streaming live video of the wild dogs in their natural environment. The advanced camera system includes infra-red night vision. Wildearth.tv broadcasts 24 hours a day from South Africa’s Djuma Game Reserve, as well as from various wildlife locations in North America.

About The Author
Daniele Alcinii is a news reporter at realscreen, the leading international publisher of non-fiction film and television industry news and content. He joins the rs team with journalism experience following a stint out west with Sun Media in Edmonton's Capital Region, and communications work in Melbourne, Australia and Toronto. You can follow him on Twitter at @danielealcinii.

Menu

Search