Lambing at St Fagans National Museum of History

EvEryonE knows that baby animals rule the internet and this St David’s Day sees the return of #lambcam, a live web feed giving a 24/7 view of all the action in the lambing shed at St Fagans national Museum of History. This year we have a larger flock, and an extra camera, so you can see more of the action live on the farm.

As well as giving 24 hr access to the lambing shed, #lambcam gives an up to date running total of births on the lamb-o-meter (which comes with an associated health warning – ‘Counting sheep may cause drowsiness!’). There’s also a gallery of video highlights from the shed and regular updates on the progress of the new mums and lambs on the Museum’s blog.

This year we’ll also be live streaming #lambcam to the St Fagans Facebook page for a couple of special interactive sessions on March 2 and 9. With live commentary on whatever’s going on in the shed at the time – it’ll be a chance put all your lambing questions to the team

#Lambcam will run from March 1 until March 25. For further information, see the website:

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