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 Post subject: Re: Wild Earth Safari TV
PostPosted: January 18th, 2013, 9:53 am 
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In Djuma rains, now Gowrie dam full of water. :thumbs:



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Wildlife Guide Pete's Pond and Djuma Cams by Nancy Indiana. :thumbs:

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:loveshower: New live safaridrives to come! Starting this month, in the Thorny Bush Game Reserve. They are now building up the accomodations. See https://www.facebook.com/WildEarth.TV?ref=ts&fref=ts.

Although only for a few months it will be wonderfull to see the animals again live. And more exciting, in june I will be there to see it myself! :thumbs: I'm going to Black Leopard Camp and will meet Tara and maybe Marc! But so pity, they will not be our presenters again :cry:


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What great news, Rionn!!! Sorry I saw that so late... And what a great journey infront of you... please give my best regards to Tara and Marc, I am really looking forward, what you have to tell about!

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:hi: Hi Brit, nice to see you here. The live drives didn't start yet due to some technical issues. I hope to see some of them before I leave as I will visit Thornybush Game Reserve as well!! I will spend a few days with Tara and Marc will be there too for a short period, unless (as he wrote me) work comes up between now and then. Sadly he still has no work untill now, besides some freelance jobs.


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That sounds great, Rionn! Where will you meet Tara and Marc? Thornybush Game Reserve is also at the Krüger Park, as I see with goolge. This is really something. We had been at the Krügers 1976, but never heard about different Game Reserves there ... time changes ... it was a great experience very exciting, because we also experienced the first and only bush fire there ...

So sorry for Marc, that he can't find a decent job. With his knowledge they should actually run after him ...

Have a nice Sunday evening and take care!

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:loveshower: Live drives started again today! And BIG SURPRISE! Marc is our presenter again! It was a big secret and they denied it when somebody was asking. They will broadcast two times a day, 6.30 AM till 9.30, and 15.00 PM till 17.30, all in CAT (Central Africam Time) that is one hour behind Estonian time.

This is the link where you can find it: http://lite.wildearth.tv/thornybush-safari/

It will be only for three months as they say.


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PostPosted: May 16th, 2013, 8:00 pm 
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I made a few pictures, but as I am very busy at the moment I cannot promise to make pictures every day.
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Marc driving his old friend the Jigga
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PM drive 20 May 2013 at Thorny Bush Private Nature Reserve
Marc Weiner presenter. Rob Bruyns camera

As the reserve is new to both of them they are driving around with a a(selfmade) map. They can only drive in a limited area because of the signals are not good everywhere (until now). They are working on it to get the signals better in a wider area.

Today they found some animals. During the AM drive they found a leopard on his prey in a tree, but I missed the drive so have no pictures.


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During the PM drive they found a wildebeast

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and Marc explained how a fig tree strangled another tree, in this case another fig tree

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They crossed the Timbavati river

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and we had a beautiful sunset

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Gheeeee, georgeous, dear Rionn. From tomorrow I'll watch (I saw it only now ...) Thanks for the link and I am so happy about Marc being the presenter! That gives hope for the future!

Take care and all the best wishes!!!

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Hi all, quite a long time I posted here. I did not see many of the live drives in Thornybush private nature reserve. But as I was in Africa in june I was lucky to have the opportunity to meet Marc Weiner in the Wild Earth Camp. It was great to see him. As I was home again I managed to watch some live drives and I saw him and many animals I had met in person again. It was a great experience!
Wild Earth made a video about the drives in Thornybush and this is what Graham Wellington posted:

Watch this video of Marc Weiner presenting LIVE at Thornybush and comment below the video [on YouTube] telling us why you think Marc is a great guide and presenter. He is being considered for a BIG opportunity and it would be good to know what you all love about him.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGJILHUV ... ture=share

It is a beautiful video and all of you who is interested in African wildlife will agree. I hope Marc will return as presenter of new live safari drives. He is the best.
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For those who are involved in wildlife: Wild Earth has started a new project to help save the leopards from extinction. Watch this video and listen to what Tara Pirie (head researcher of the project and wellknown as a presenter by live safari viewers) and others have to tell about that. :thumbs:

here's the link:

http://www.indiegogo.com/project/532549/widget

(and then click on the leopard to see the video)


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Could get the chain "of African wild animals" in Which to put the animals in all of Africa cameras?
This "safari-TV" ended more than two years ago.

This is dragonfly, Pete's Pond on Mashatu, Botswana.
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Katti wrote:
Could get the chain "of African wild animals" in Which to put the animals in all of Africa cameras?
This "safari-TV" ended more than two years ago.

This is dragonfly, Pete's Pond on Mashatu, Botswana.
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No one will even answer :unsure:

Here is the new cameras from Kenya. http://explore.org/live-cams/player/afr ... out-camera
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No one is responsible :unsure:


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 Post subject: Re: Wild Earth Safari TV
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Hello Katti,

I am sorry that you got no answer until now ( I am hardly watching the explore.org-cams ..... too less time ...) and will see how we can prepare a proper topic for these cams or which one of the already existing ones can be used ....

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 Post subject: Re: Wild Earth Safari TV
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Thanks to Bea That answer. :D

If the title be changed?
(Safari.tv there exists no)

Wild Earth is a list of five African-cams.
4 is in South Africa and one in Botswana.

Africam is all 8 cameras are in South Africa.

Sanparks is 4 cameras 3 camera is in South Africa and one in Botswana.

Kenya 3 camera, but now is a problem with the Internet.


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