IT'S A BOY!!!
Welcome to Island Alpaca's Alpaca Cam!
Live streaming for you to enjoy! Best time to view is during the day, or our visiting hours, from 10 am to 5 pm. If you should see an alpaca giving birth within these hours, please give us a shout! 508-693-5554 ** If it is before 10 am, or after 5 pm and you see a birth in progress, please ring our cell phone 508-423-1443 or remote office: 508-338-2886.
*Our two expectant alpaca are adorned with additional ribbon through their collars make them easier to spot; Purl (silver grey) and Angelina (light fawn). We would love to hear from our Alpaca Cam viewers! Please send us your feedback anytime! Click here to comment. Thank you for visiting!
Thank you Ms. Smith for your generous enthusiasm!
"After visiting the "kids" and doing serious shopping 2 days around Thanksgiving Day, with my husband and then our son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter I am addicted to watching them on the camera. It's a great way to see the babies getting bigger and start to recognize individual animals. It's like being back on the island! Merry Christmas to all four-footed and two-footed friends. Also the diabetic socks we bought are never off our feet and I have received countless compliments on the sweaters and jacket I bought." - Nancy Coombe-Smith
Thank you Ms. Schmohl for your wonderful comments!
"Thanks a lot, your camera ist just lovely and it is phantastic to watch these beautiful animals especially babies when they are around and about. I live in germany an i am very fond of alpakas. A very good idea to have such a camera!!
Thank you Ms. Lee for your feedback on your discovery!
"Just placed an order and ended up looking into other parts of your website. What a wonderful idea to have a live streaming view! Next time I need to smile or laugh or give a smile to a friend I will try to come back for a virtual visit. Thanks! Linda"
Thank you Ms. Hendrickson for kind words!
"Just wanted to let you know that my husband and I are really enjoying the "Alpaca Cam"-we first learned about your farm in an article in Cape Cod Life and have been fascinated with your wonderful friends ever since."