April the pregnant giraffe did not start active labor on the live stream camera in New York. Getty Images

April, the pregnant giraffe at the Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York, is getting closer to giving birth as thousands across the world wait for the calf who will be born on a live feed cam. The giraffe, however, did not show any significant changes in the zoo’s evening update Wednesday.

“April has thankfully, continued to remain in current condition,” the zoo said through a post on its Facebook page, which is followed by almost 800,000 people. “Vet report today suggests we should begin watching for a shift in calf position/and belly carry from low to back. This would suggest movement into place for birthing.”

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Snowstorm Stella, which blew 3 inches of snow on New York Tuesday, saw zookeepers stay on site to ensure the animals were safe and comfortable. The park said the staff was finally able to get back to their home to take the much-needed rest after a rough day.

Thousands of people across the world have been waiting for April to give birth, with the zoo’s YouTube livestream registering almost 50,000 views at any given time. The park routinely posts updates about the pregnant giraffe on its Facebook page, to keep April’s “fans” engaged. You can watch the livestream here.

In a post earlier in the day, the zoo said, “April is doing what she does best, and waiting, and we are thankful!”

With the birth of this calf, April will be a mother for the fourth time. However, this will be her mate Oliver’s first calf. The zoo’s live feed ran into some glitches during the snowstorm but was restored soon after. It has been the object of some controversy as YouTube, albeit briefly, removed it after a backlash labeling it sexually explicit, which the zoo says originated from animal rights activist. However, a massive uproar ensued, causing the site to put the feed back up.