When streaming from the wild, make sure you have a constant internet source.
Access to the internet in the Amazonian jungle may not be easy, but there are hotspots available throughout the world.
For example, if you’re broadcasting birds, make sure your camera is in a place where it won’t be hit from above. Also, make sure your equipment can stand the harsh conditions of the outdoors.
You never know when it might rain or worse, when the animal discovers your hidden camera and decides to eat it.
Unfortunately, IP cameras are generally restrictive in what encoders will work with them.
The Pro version of Wirecast is one example of an encoder that will work with an IP camera setup.
Videos have become the preferred medium online these days.
A CDN will help manage that high viewership number and the geographically diverse audience.
You will need a good quality camera for your streaming.
Depending on your strategy, a microphone might also be needed, but not required.
Read more here on how to broadcast live video in extreme conditions.
You want to make sure that your live animal cam reaches all the people you want to reach.