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Hoge Veluwe National Park Wildlife Cam
Wildlife webcams can be hit or miss. But let’s be honest, when the wildlife is wandering around in fifty-five square kilometers of territory, as they are at the Hoge Veluwe National Park in the Netherlands, you can’t expect them to be on cam all the time.
The Hoge Veluwe National Park is in the north-east of Holland and closer to the country’s border with Germany than it is with Amsterdam. The park’s landscapes are a pretty mixed bag and vary between rolling sand dunes, swathes of open grassland, small lakes and forests. What you could see wandering across your screen if you stay tuned to this forest live feed for long enough are creatures like red deer, wild boar, foxes, badgers and mouflon which are horned sheep. Keep an eye on the grass and you may even spot a snake slithering its way through going who knows where. That’s the moment to be thankful you’re viewing the cam and not hiking through the trees.