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The Callicam

CALLICAM

The Wisconsin Primate Research Center supports one of the largest colonies of common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus) in the United States. Through the Callicam, anyone with web access can observe one of the WPRC's common marmoset families. The Callicam webcam allows site visitors to pan, zoom, and manipulate the camera themselves for two minutes at a time. Accompanying links to comprehensive information about the species along with sample exercises for use with the Callicam (see below) provide the opportunity to learn about this engaging primate while observing it live online.

Feedback on the Callicam and/or suggestions for additional features are welcome and can be sent to Joanne Brown, Collections and Acquisitions Librarian.

NOTE: The Callicam is regularly offline for cleaning and/or maintenance of the marmoset enclosure. Best viewing times are between 7 AM and 5 PM Central Time.

LEARN MORE ABOUT COMMON MARMOSETS

OBSERVING THE COMMON MARMOSETS

QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS

Send questions or comments about the Callicam to Joanne Brown, Collections and Acquisitions Librarian.