Lambcam 2022

The lambing season has finished for 2022 here at St Fagans National Museum of History. It's been a very busy few weeks and we have welcomed over 400 lambs into the world.

We hope that you have enjoyed the highs and lows along the way with us - bye for now.

NEW for 2022: Lambcam Extra

News and updates from beyond the lambing shed

Highlights from the shed

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A lamb and sheep looking towards the camera

Lambcam Blog:

22 March 2022, Sheep Farming In The Past
11 March 2022, Welcome to Lambcam 2022
26 February 2021, Wales' First Farmers

Comments(219)

Lisa Williams
27 March 2022, 17:03
Thank you so much for sharing lambing with us via lambcam. Again I’ve watched and visited to see them all with the new borns and mothers due. Thankyou so much to Emma and the team for all the hard work they do ( and hope Emma has found the Emma and the lamb book ) until next year lamb cam xxxx
Elizabeth
25 March 2022, 05:04
Great news, thanks! We're watching from the Netherlands - it's completely absorbing. Thanks to the team for making it possible, as we can't visit this year.
Bernice Parker Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales Staff
24 March 2022, 20:23

Hi Elizabeth
They're fine - big healthy ram lamb. We always take ewes and lambs out of the lambing shed. They go to the nursery shed to spend time getting to know each other in a separate bonding pen.

Elizabeth
24 March 2022, 20:08
I was lucky to see a lamb born about 5 minutes ago, then the ewe and lamb were taken out of the pen. Were they OK? Did the lamb make it?
Visitor
24 March 2022, 06:56
Went yesterday with my school, amazing trip! The other group got to see them give birth be my group didnt. Penelope ran out but I got to smooth her! Lambs feel like a pillow! So soft!!! I would 110% suggest going to saint fagons ?
Alison
21 March 2022, 10:14
Found the lamb cam a few days ago. I’m hooked. Thank you
Mr B Holly
20 March 2022, 18:10

Great coverage! Keep up the good work.

A Scourfield
20 March 2022, 17:53

Wonderful to see the little lambs! 

Bernice Parker Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales Staff
19 March 2022, 10:54

More tech gremlins this morning - we'll be back with you as soon as possible

UPDATE: We're back

Bernice Parker Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales Staff
18 March 2022, 16:43

Oops! Looks like the web stream has frozen.

The tech team are aware and we will be back with you as soon as possible.

UPDATE 16:51 - we're back!

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