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FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions
Where are the cameras located?

What do I do if I cant see the video?

Can I view the video full screen?


Are you going to add more cameras (or more species of animals to view)?

I know of a location that has a lot of wildlife. Are you interested in putting a camera at this location?

I currently have a wildlife camera at my location. Would you be interested in adding this to USeeWildlife?

Can I chat with other viewers?

What kind of animals can I expect to see at USeeWildlife?

How much does it cost to become a member?

Can I see wildlife at night?

Why are some cameras black at night?

How can I contact the USeeWildlife staff

I don't live in the United States. Can I still join?



If you have any additional questions for USeeWildlife staff, please send a note to support@useewildlife.com. We would love to hear from you.

  • Where are the cameras located? The current cameras are located in Arkansas in the Ozark Mountain range. The specific location is not given for the protection of the wildlife. Our plan is to add cameras around the world. The goal of USeeWildlife is to provide viewing of all types of wildlife in as many locations as possible. Please check out our What's New page often to see what's coming.

  • What do I do if I cant see the video? If you are unable to see the video, and this is your first visit, you will need to install Microsoft Silverlight. It is a free download and you should see the information in the video pane on the front page. If you did not see this information, please click here to download and install. If you are a returning visitor and are unable to see the video, there are a few scenarios that could cause this.

  •       1. If you are unable to view one camera, but see the others, the camera you are attempting to view may be down for maintenance. Please refresh often. If the camera will be down for a prolonged period of time, we will post a message on the camera page telling you when it should be back online.
          2. If you are unable to view all cameras, there could be a possible outage at USeeWildlife. If a refresh does not solve this issue, please send an email to support@useewildlife.com and someone will respond to you as quickly as possible.

  • Can I view the video full screen? Yes, there is a button on the video pane that will allow you to view full screen. See below:


  • Are you going to add more cameras (or more species of animals to view)? YES! Our plan is to add cameras across the globe. The goal of USeeWildlife is to provide viewing of all types of wildlife in as many locations as possible. Please check out our What's New page often to see what's coming.

  • I know of a location that has a lot of wildlife. Are you interested in putting a camera at this location? We are always interested in putting additional cameras up and would love to discuss this with you. There are many requirements that have to be considered and worked through, but USeeWildlife would love to check out your suggestions. Please feel free to contact us at cameras@useewildlife.com.

  • I currently have a wildlife camera at my location. Would you be interested in adding this to USeeWildlife? We are always interested in adding more wildlife cameras and would love to discuss this with you. There are certain requirements that have to be considered, but USeeWildlife would love to talk with you. Please feel free to contact us at cameras@useewildlife.com.

  • Can I chat with other viewers? Yes, the Forum page can be used to post comments/questions/information between users/viewers. Please click the forum link at the top of the page and check it out. Anyone can view the posts, but users must be registered to post.

  • There is also comment section on each camera page. Feel free to ask questions or share your thoughts with other viewers while you are watching any camera. The camera comment boxes are only available to active members.

  • What kind of animals can I expect to see at USeeWildlife? There is a vast variety of wildlife you can see here. To get a small sample, please view our Intro clip/Trailer by clicking HERE.  You can see bears, eagles, whitetail deer (even the rare white deer), turkeys, squirrels, coyotes,  and many other animals and birds too numerous to list here. We have started a list on the Animals page where we'll attempt to provide information on every species captured on camera. As you can imagine, this list will continue to grow quite large. 

    We would love to have your help with this list. We have a saying here that we refer to often; "What can YOU see at USeeWildlife?".  If you recognize a species while viewing that has not yet made it to the list, please send us a note at animals@useewildlife.com and we will add it to the list. If you have additional information regarding the species, or animals listed already, please feel free to send us that info as well.

  • How much does it cost to become a member? It is completely FREE! As we add new live wildlife cams, members will automatically have FREE access to those as well. Our goal is to add many new live cameras around the world as we grow. Did we mention that this is LIVE? What you see on screen is happening right now from just down the road to hundreds or even thousands of miles away.

    For more information on signing up, please visit http://useewildlife.com/auth/register.

  • Can I see wildlife at night? Yes, all current cameras have Infrared lights to allow you to experience what happens after dark. Some of the cameras have high powered IR lights on all the time while others may have lower powered IR lights that are only motion activated. If you click on a camera that appears to be black, it may be that there is no activity at that specific time. Please check back  on that camera often as there is usually a lot of activity at night on every camera. Currently, our most active camera at night is Deer Run.

  •   Why are some cameras black at night? Some of the cameras have high powered IR lights on all the time while others may have lower powered IR lights that are only motion activated. If you click on a camera that appears to be black, it may be that there is no activity at that specific time. Please check back  on that camera often as there is usually a lot of activity at night on every camera. Currently, our most active camera at night is Deer Run.

  •  How can I contact the USeeWildlife staff? We'd love to hear from you. Please click HERE to view the list of available contacts.
     
  • I don't live in the United States. Can I still join? Absolutely, we welcome friends from all over the world.  While the membership page does not currently contain the appropriate fields to accommodate address entries from every country, it will shortly. Until then, please just enter the country, province, postal code, etc in the "State" field and enter 12345 in the "Zip code" field. This will allow us to easily recognize your account for modification after the additional country options have been added. We apologize for the inconvenience.