This desert webcam streams live from the Gondwana Namib Park in Namibia that borders the Namib Sand Sea World Heritage Site. The watering hole iteself is not a natural feature, rather built in 2006 to support game species that were once indigenous to the area then reintroduced. Further work was undertaken in 2021 including a small island feature in the centre of the watering hole that helps in reducing evaporation and also gives birds somehere to rest and refresh themselves without the other animals interrupting them.
Don't worry about the watering hole running dry even though it is located in a desert as it is fed from a reservoir about 150 metres away. At times you will be able to see gazelles, giraffes, wildebeests, mountain zebras, ostriches, warthogs, porcupines, hyenas, cheetahs, panthers, jackals, and foxes among other wildlife. As with our other webcams, as it is situated within a remote destination like the Namib Desert, the camera may not be functional from time to time.
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