Live Animal Webcams at Edinburgh Zoo

LIVE GIANT PANDA WEBCAM AT EDINBURGH ZOO

  • Location: Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland
  • Source: www.edinburghzoo.org.uk
  • Info: Live streaming giant panda webcam at Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland. This live zoo webcam features Yang Guang a male giant panda.

LIVE PENGUIN WEBCAM AT EDINBURGH ZOO

  • Location: Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland
  • Source: www.edinburghzoo.org.uk
  • Info: Live streaming webcam showing Gentoo penguins on Penguin Rock at the Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland.

LIVE WEBCAM WITH TIGERS AT EDINBURGH ZOO

  • Location: Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland
  • Source: www.edinburghzoo.org.uk
  • Info: Live streaming webcam showing tigers at Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland. This live cam shows Sumatran tigers.

LIVE KOALA WEBCAM AT EDINBURGH ZOO

  • Location: Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland
  • Source: www.edinburghzoo.org.uk
  • Info: Live streaming webcam showing koalas at Edinburgh Zoo. The koala cam features a family of Queensland Koalas.

LIVE WEBCAM WITH LIONS AT EDINBURGH ZOO

  • Location: Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland
  • Source: www.edinburghzoo.org.uk
  • Info: Live streaming webcam showing lions at Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland. This live cam features Asiatic lions.
The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) was founded in 1909 by Edinburgh lawyer Thomas Gillespie. Through his efforts of gaining support and funding and with the aid of the City of Edinburgh Council, the Society was able to purchase an 85 acre site to the west of Edinburgh. Edinburgh Zoo was opened to the public on 22 July 1913 and was incorporated by Royal Charter later that year. However it was only in 1948, following a visit by HRH King George VI, that the Society was granted the privilege of adding the prefix 'Royal' to its name. It remains one of only a few zoos in the United Kingdom, to have a Royal Charter. Edinburgh Zoo today is home to over 1,000 animals and is also home to the only giant pandas in the UK In 1986 the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland acquired the Highland Wildlife Park in Kincraig. The Highland Wildlife Park is now home to over 200 amazing animals including native Scottish species as well as rare and endangered animals from the world's mountains and tundra regions.
In addition to operating Edinburgh Zoo and the Highland Wildlife Park, the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland supports education, research and conservation projects in the UK and around the world.