Attwater’s Prairie Chicken Cam
Since 1995, the Houston Zoo has raised and released Attwater’s prairie chickens into the wild, preventing their extinction!
Did you know the Houston Zoo and NASA have a partnership to save the Attwater’s prairie chicken? At NASA’s Johnson Space Center, Zoo staff maintain a special breeding facility for these endangered birds. With this webcam, you can get a live, behind-the-scenes look at the Attwater’s prairie chickens housed at NASA!
You can control this webcam! Click the button in the lower right corner of the viewing window, and when it’s your turn, you’ll see a drop down list of positions to choose from in the upper right.
Camera hours: live feed from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. CST
Check Out Our Other Webcams
- Giraffe Feeding Platform Cam
- Giraffe & Ostrich Cam
- Flamingo Cam
- Rhino Cam
- Chimpanzee Cam
- Gorilla Cam
- Leafcutter Ant Cam
- Elephant Yard Cam
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What is an Attwater’s Prairie Chicken?
A Texas native, this very rare bird keeps our prairies healthy. The Houston Zoo is working tirelessly, along with other organizations, to save this critically important bird from extinction. Learn more about them and what you can do to help.
Check Out Our Attwater’s Prairie Chicken Videos
Nothing to see on the webcams right now? Then we’ve got some YouTube videos for you!