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Last blog from Tara from Djuma

Fair well to Djuma but not goodbye!

http://tara-pirie.blogspot.com/2012/01/ ... odbye.html
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Djuma Waterhole cam is back :loveshower:
As I came home the daylight was gone, wondering how it looks tomorrow morning.
I'm :offtobed: now.
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Beautiful sight of giraffes on Tembe, 5th February about 15.00 CAT
He wants to, but she doesn't :mrgreen:
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Then they were disturbed by an elephant and a couple of zebras
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:D thank you, dear Rionn for sharing!!
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Isilo, the biggest tusker in Tembe (120209 12:40)
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His tusks are hughe, look at the diference with the other one, they must be very heavy :shock:
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Tara posted a message on the facebook page of Djuma

http://www.djuma.com/2012/the-dogs-have-been-visiting/
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Eugene Kotze is going to Djuma (He was the guy that was on drive with Tara in one of the last days)
This is what I read on facebook:

Eugene Kotze
Going Next week to Djuma - will be uploading photos, videos and also going live via Ustream to say hi to all of you

Diane Adsit
does anyone have a link to the ustream eugene will use?

Diane Adsit found it:
http://www.facebook.com/​pages/​Kapama- ... 6863720166
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They are working on the Waterhole cam at this very moment. Maybe it is prepared to be zoomed again. :thumbs:
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Some good news from Will Fox about Marc :thumbs: (10 febr)

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For those of you who have been asking about Marc Weiner, I have just been talking to Marc and can give you a quick update. He is living in an area where comms are very challenging, hence his not being able to get to facebook, but will hopefully be able to find an internet connection when he goes to town next. The exciting news is that Marc is doing research for a mainstream TV series that is currently in the proposal stage and would see Marc as part of a team looking at African conservation issues. I should add that this is not a WildEarth project, but is a result of him being talent spotted on the Djuma drives. Hopefully Marc will let you know more soon. I have no doubt it will take time to put together, but with your support he'll get there.
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And a link to a blog about Djuma Private Game Reserve by Jaco Wentzel


http://www.djuma.com/2012/new-beginnings/
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Tara posted a new blog on Tara's Tales

http://tara-pirie.blogspot.com/2012/02/ ... ember.html
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Thank you, dear Rionn!!!!!!!!!!
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Will Fox seems to be in contact with Marc. He posted another message on facebook.

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As requested another update on the film project that Marc is aiming to be part of. This will be a fly on the wall, reality TV series with a team of wildlife conservationists investigating some of the real conservation issues we face in Africa.
For now, Marc is working hard on suggested story-lines. Marc being Marc he doesn't keep a lot of video footage of himself, so if you have any favourite clips of Marc in action, then please send the links. As I said in my earlier note this isn't a Wiildearth project, but rather a Reality TV show, however your favourite clips will help the new show producers to show case him to an even bigger audience. This is a great opportunity for Marc. Please get in touch with Marc directly, he may be delayed in getting back to you due to his location, but I know how much he'll appreciate your support on the next leg of his journey.
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White-fronted Bee-eater (Merops bullockoides).

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:wave: Hi Katti, welcome here. I see you know Wildearth as well. Nice video! I love the African wildlife so much. Did you ever see a live safari drive?
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Yes I have watched as of 2009 safaris.
It was Pieter, Liechen, Rexon, Marc ..
Nkorho Pan 2006 ..
I love the predators.
I'm sorry my very bad English. :blush:


Edit. Here is one my recorded by a video safari.
Male leopard Mvula.


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I love the video! Mvula is such a beautiful cat with his big blue eyes. :shake: I remember this drive, with Seb presenting. Well, I discovered the safaridrives in 2011, so I didn't see as much of them as you did, but I still miss them as well as Tara, Marc and Seb. Pieter, Lieschen and Rexon I cannot remember, I guess they had already gone as I started. Patrick was still there, until april I think :unsure:
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Thank you Katti, great video!
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