location: Ipswich, MA
best viewing hours: 6:00am - 7:30pm
time zone: Eastern Time
Meet the rescued farm animals of Donkey Hill, located at the Service Dog Project farm in Ipswich, Massachusetts, where Great Dane assistance dogs are raised. On this cam you will spot Maude and her baby Pockets, both American mammoth donkeys, and Daisy, a mammoth donkey who is considered small for her breed. Mae, a standard grey mini donkey, will also be viewable on Donkey Hill. A rescued mini horse and her baby, "Puppy," will both frequent Donkey Hill until Puppy is weaned, at which time her mom will go to her new home and Puppy will remain at the Service Dog Project.
This camera will show the inside of the stall and pivot to show about 80% of the animals' pasture. There is a gate in the stall which can swing to divide the inside stall so the mini horse and her tiny baby can live in one end and have their own outside area. There is a hay feeder which they share on Donkey Hill, and they have water both outside the stall as well as buckets inside.
This live cam comes to you via explore.org, the philanthropic media organization and division of the Annenberg Foundation. It is part of a collection of more than a hundred HD cams around the world established by Charles Annenberg to help people connect with nature and fall in love with the world again. To see more live cams visit, explore.org.