Nature enthusiasts are flocking to the newest feature at Sarasota Jungle Gardens: the live Flamingo Cam, which will now allow anyone to watch the birds feed, splash and interact with one another 24 hours a day.
Provided by Sarasota IT firm, Brilliant Agent, Inc., the live stream is now available on any major internet browser and on most mobile devices.
"People come from all around the world to see our flamingos," said Nancy Lavick, marketing director. "It's been really interesting to see where people have been logging in from. We've had people logging in from Chicago, California and even in Europe."
People interested in watching the flamingos can visit www.sarasotajunglegardens.com or www.seesarsotaalive.com.
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