Our live camera feeds are accessible daily from 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. (Mountain Time Zone). Limiting the feeds to these hours allows our followers to see the giraffe during the day, and to see some of the other animals who shift through the space on most days. Eliminating nighttime live video provides better safety for our nighttime event guests, our staff and our animals.
We think Bailey may be pregnant and due to give birth soon. We haven’t been able to conclusively confirm her pregnancy through tests, but we have some signs that lead us to believe she is pregnant and would be due soon. If she is pregnant, this would be her first calf.
So, we’re letting you watch along with us! This live cam shows our birthing stall, which will mostly be active overnight between 4 p.m. and 8 a.m. During daytime hours, our potential mom-to-be will typically be with the rest of the herd, until we see signs of the actual birthing process. You may see some other giraffe visiting the stall during the day, or keepers tending to it. If Bailey is outside with the herd, you may also be able to see her Zoo’s outdoor GiraffeCams.