These cameras are broadcasting live the International Wolf Center’s ambassador wolves. Even our ambassador wolves can be elusive. If you don’t spot them, look closely in the background under the trees. If you still don’t see any, check back periodically. Your patience will be rewarded.
You may witness qualified wolf care team members providing daily physical checks and veterinary care to the wolves, as well as conducting daily maintenance to the enclosure. Please note that during these times, the audio for the wolf cams may be off, but it will resume once the wolf care team completes their duties.
Exhibit Streaming Cams
These cameras overlook our Exhibit Pack living at the International Wolf Center in Ely, Minnesota. The Exhibit Pack resides in a 1.25 acres area and includes two dens, a filtered pond and a forested area in which they can roam freely. The Exhibit Pack includes our ambassador gray wolves Axel, Grayson (littermates born in 2016), Rieka (female born in 2021), Caz and Blackstone (littermates born in 2022). To learn more about the Exhibit Pack, read the Exhibit Pack Logs. To learn more about each individual wolf and some tips on how to ID each one of our wolves by name, visit our Meet Our Wolves page.
Since 1989, the International Wolf Center has been managing ambassador wolves as part of our mission. The live cams allow a worldwide audience to view the ongoing dynamics of our ambassador wolves. Our dedication to the wolves extends to the many onsite and online viewers who form a connection and gain an educational perspective about the behavior of these social carnivores.
The health and safety of our wolves are key to our USDA-licensed wolf management plan with wolf care team members caring for our ambassador wolves 365 days a year. With our socialized wolves, you may witness qualified wolf care team members providing daily physical checks and veterinary care to the wolves, as well as conducting daily maintenance to the enclosure. Please note that during these times, the audio for the wolf cams may be off, but it will resume once the wolf care team completes their duties.
Even under human care, wolves can be elusive so if you don’t spot them right away, look closely in the background under the trees. Your patience will be rewarded.
Best Viewing Hours: 6 to 9 a.m. and 5 to 8 p.m. CT
Note: The Explore.org cameras are having audio issues. They are aware of the issues and steps are being taken to fix the problem. Thank you for your patience. Any other issues or concerns about the Explore.org cameras you may contact them directly.
This page is made available through a partnership with Minnesota North College – Vermilion, which is located in Ely, Minnesota.
The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wildlands and the human role in their future.