Discover a delightful window into a world rarely seen outside of the wild.

We thank the Donald Slavik Family Foundation for generously funding our webcams. 

Since 2012, “virtual visitors” have been able to observe some of the animals here doing what they do when no one is watching. Naturally shy around humans, wolves are more anxious and guarded when they know people are watching them. Thanks to our webcams, we get to see these amazing animals at play, at rest and at large in their spacious habitats. If you’re lucky, you might also tune in just in time to hear them howl.

The first camera offers a view of the habitat of our red wolf pack, a breeding pair and their four pups.

The second camera shows Mexican wolves Lazurus and Sibi and their three pups (two females and a male) who were born April 17, 2015.

We also have webcams in our African painted dog habitat and den. The Endangered Wolf Center welcomed a new pack of five African painted dogs on May 24, 2016: Selous (dad) and Destiny (mom) and their three 2-year-old pups Shaba, Akili and Mikumi.

While we recognize the value of enabling children and animal lovers around the world to watch what happens at our leading facility, the cost to subscribe to this webcam service is high. If you would like to consider becoming a sponsor, please contact us. Your name or company logo would be displayed on this page to recognize your generous support.

Meanwhile, tune in and enjoy nature in its natural state.

The images on these webcams are exclusive property of the Endangered Wolf Center and may not be used without express written consent of the Center. 



Red Wolf Camera

(Visible during daylight only)

Mexican Wolf Camera

(Visible during daylight only)

African Painted Dogs Camera

(If dogs aren’t visible, try den camera)

(Currently experiencing technical difficulty)

African Painted Dogs Den Camera

Please contact HD Relay ( for technical support related to the camera presentation.