Giraffe cam with April, baby to end on Friday

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Even almost a week after April gave birth, the stream continues to have more than 30,000 viewers at any one time.

The park said in a statement: "We will all be there to say goodbye".

"April loved Porter", Dietrich captioned one of the snaps she shared with News Channel 8 on Facebook.

Goodbye April and your unamed baby calf.

After weeks of watching April's every move, the live streaming giraffe camera is about to be taken down. Alyssa and Corey never imagined they'd experience fame as animal keepers in a small NY town.

It said that early next week the zoo would announce the plan for the camera going forward, including scheduled times when fans could check in on the baby, April and Oliver. You can register at and suggest as many names as you like, though bear in mind each entry will cost $1.

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In a post on the Animal Adventure Park web site, officials there said that the giraffe cam is set to end it's broadcast today.

"His entrance into the world was unnerving to even those of us who have witnessed animal births previously", Animal Adventure Park owner Jordan Patch told NBC News. There is a five-vote minimum, and people can vote as many times as they want.

Funds raised will be split between the Giraffe Conservation Foundation, Ava's Little Heroes and Animal Adventure Park.

For those still aching for more April updates, Animal Adventure Park has your back.

You can also keep connected to the calf by voting for his name.