The Pennsylvania Game Commission announced today that its popular Elk Camera is live.
The camera, installed on State Game Lands 311 in Elk County, in a field that is typically a hub of elk activity as the noisy season heats up, broadcasts live video and sound Pennsylvania Gaming Commission website.
Viewers can expect to see not only moose, but also turkeys, deer and other wildlife.
Each September, thousands of visitors flock to the Pennsylvania Elk Range to experience the wonders of the bush season for themselves.
The commission noted that while there is nothing better than seeing a giant bull up close or feeling your ribcage ringing as you let go of a bugle that splits its ears, the livestream allows for a preview of prime time. of Pennsylvania for moose without leaving home.
The livestream, provided by HDOnTap and made possible with the help of North Central Pennsylvania Planning and Regional Development Commission, is the latest in a series of real-time wildlife viewing opportunities offered by the commission.
The feed is accessible on the home page of the Game Commission website by clicking on the Elk Country Live Stream button.
The page also has information on, where to view Pennsylvania moose and provides a link to the Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau website, which provides all kinds of practical information for anyone visiting Elk Land.
The livestream is expected to last until the end of the laundry season, possibly mid-October.
The best time to see moose on adult cam sites is late in the afternoon.
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