Live Deer Cams – Listing

Check out our listing of Live Deer cams. Learn about different types of Deer and see wildlife from all around the world.

Czech Republic Deer & Critter Cams
active all year
Romania Deer & Badger Cams
active Nov-Feb
Wisconsin Deer & Critter Cam
active all year
PA Elk Cams
active all year
West Texas Deer Cam
active all year
Wyoming Elk Cam
active late October-March
Pennsylvania Deer Cam
active all year
Poland Deer Cam
active late November-February
Red Deer Cam
active late November-February
Minnesota Deer CamOffline
active all year
De Hoge Veluwe Wildlife Cam
active all year
Carolina Deer Cam
active all-year
Other Wildlife Cameras

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Did you know that Deer live all over the world? As a matter of fact they live everywhere from the hot deserts to near the Arctic Circle. They also live in more temperate places such as swamps and woodlands. Additionally, Deer that live in the mountains migrate to lower elevations in the winter where it is warmer. Deer have a home range area which varies. Furthermore, some deer such as the caribou travel about 1,000 miles each year.


The head of a deer is narrow. Deer have a small nose and mouth. A deer has large eyes at the sides of its head. Furthermore, a male deer is commonly called a buck and in most species of deer the male grows antlers from permanent knobby bump like bones on the deer’s skull. Also, Deer loose their antlers each winter. The deer mainly uses these antlers for example to fight for mates or to mark territory.


Deer find a secluded place to bare their young. The young stays where it was born for about 10 days until it can walk well enough to follow its mother. Also, Fawns of a white-tailed deer weigh from 3 1/2 to 6 pounds at birth. In addition, a newborn moose calf weighs 25 to 35 pounds. Most species of deer have only one or two young at a time. Deer can live 10 to 20 years in the wild depending on breed, hunting pressure and other factors.

Latest Posts:

  • Visitor Captures Video of Close Encounter With Bull Elk
    HNF – Recently a visitor at the Elk Country Visitor Center in Benezette, PA spotted a Giant Bull Elk near the road and decided to record the experience in this short video. You can hear the sound of a diesel truck in the background. It seems that they were safely in a vehicle. This occured … Read more
  • NC Deer Cam Gets Lots Of Visitors Video
    HNF – Yesterday(9/10/23) several deer came in for a snack on some what must have been delicious apples. I counted 13. How many do you see? From bucks and several does to fawns with spots! North Carolina Deer & Critter Cam
  • The Elk Rut Has Begun! – PA ELK CAM
    HNF – It’s official, the rut has started. Over the next month or so you will see male elk looking to mate with female elk, also known as cows. All year Elk stay in same–sex groups, but during the rut they form groups called harems. Harems consist of one dominant bull elk and a large … Read more
  • The Elk Are Back!
    The Elk are back at the PA Elk cams. You can see several deer foraging in the field too. Velvet covered antlers are coming in on the bulls. A beautiful site to see!
  • PA Deer Cams – Fox Scares Away Raccoons Video
    HNF – A group of Raccoons were eating at the feeder when a Fox came barreling in scaring them away. Eventually they end up in a tree spying on the Fox and waiting for it to leave. At the 1:40 mark is where you will see them in the tree.
About Deer

Live Deer Cams – Over 60 different types of deer live in the world. Moreover, the largest wild animal of North America is the North American moose, a species of Deer. Also, Moose can grow up to 7 1/2 feet tall and weigh over 1800 pounds. Not to mention, the smallest deer, the Pudu of western South America. The pudu is only about one foot high and weighs an average of 20 pounds. Some deer such as the caribou and moose have large powerful bodies. Also, all deer have long, thin legs and some deer can jump from 15 to 20 feet. In addition, other deer can run up to 40 miles per hour.


Deer are herbivores and grazers. As a matter of fact, there diet mainly consists of grass, leaves, bark, twigs, tender sprouts of trees and other plants. They will also eat moss and lichens including mushrooms and other types of fungi. Deer such as the North American Moose will spend hours in swamps eating the roots of plants. Also, Deer do not chew their food much, just Like a cow, they have a stomach with four sections(WOW). One section is used to store poorly chewed food. Later the food is returned to the mouth and chewed a second time. This is called cud. The food is then swallowed again. This time it goes to another part of the stomach where the vitamins and nutrients can be absorbed.

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To learn even more about the different types of Deer that you might see on our Deer Cams check out the Wiki page for Deer.