The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has unveiled the first in a planned series of webcams to allow people to view state wildlife from the nearest computer or cellphone.

The cameras as known as WildLIVE, and are designed to give people an up-close look at the lives of Wyoming wildlife. The first webcam is located at the Dan Speas Fish Hatchery near Casper.

The camera gives viewers a rare look at fish underwater and also explores how the fish rearing process at the hatchery works. Game and Fish officials say they plan to expand the number of webcams over the next year to offer viewing of deer, elk, pronghorn, and birds.

The exact location fo the cameras will be kept a secret to protect wildlife. You can see the wildLIVEwebcam here

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