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Jump onto a LIVE, interactive African safari. Twice a day our expert guides invite you to explore the African wilderness in safari vehicles and on foot. Together, we will search for everything from elephants and lions to flowers and landscapes. Interact with your guide by asking questions through #safarilive on Twitter or via the chat stream located to the right of the feed on YouTube. UPDATE: As of Tuesday, 1 January: The Sunrise drive runs from 05:00-08:00 local time, which means start times of 22:00 EST, 19:00 PST, 03:00 in the UK [BST], 04:00 in Central Europe, and 14:00 Sydney time. Tuesdays are the only exception to this timing, as the Sunrise drive on Tuesdays runs from 05:00-07:00 local time. Our Sunset drive times are as follows: Monday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday: 16:00-18:00 CAT / 09:00-11:00 EST / 06:00-08:00 PST / 14:00-16:00 GMT / 15:00-17:00 CET / 01:00-03:00 AEDT Tuesday, Wednesday: 16:00-19:00 CAT / 09:00-12:00 EST / 06:00-09:00 PST / 14:00-17:00 GMT / 15:00-18:00 CET / 01:00-04:00 AEDT Friday: 17:00-19:00 CAT / 10:00-12:00 EST / 07:00-09:00 PST / 15:00-17:00 GMT / 16:00-18:00 CET / 02:00-04:00 AEDT When safariLIVE isn't live, you can view the feed from the Djuma Waterhole camera, from the heart of Djuma Private Game Reserve in the Sabi Sand/Greater Kruger National Park area.
#NAP , #NAPanimal LIVE: Giant Pthon Very Strong, The Challenge Of Lion Cub Has Become The Prey Of Python
In a land of dangers, plant-eating animals are always at risk, and never more so than at the time of their birth; out on the open they are vulnerable and there are few places to hide. But luckily some are born to run… Out on the African plains life can get off to a shaky start. Millions of baby wildebeests, zebras and antelopes are born at the same time. All of them must struggle to their feet in minutes. They must master their legs and be ready to run with the herd. If they don't they will be picked off by predators like lions, cheetahs, or crocodiles. Whatever their role in life, little ones will face one challenge after another, whether it's trying to keep up with the herd during migration, getting stuck in the mud during a drought, being separated from its mother, panicking in bad weather, or even coming face to face with a predator. The point will come in every young animal's life when the skills it learned will be put to good use. One of the most powerful wake-up calls to the harsh reality of nature comes to a young wildebeest during its migration. A dramatic river crossing, where there are more than just fast currents and steep banks to deal with - a river teaming with crocodiles. One by one his herd mates are picked off by the great reptiles, but when his time comes he proves he was born to run!
This camera watches over Gowrie dam on Djuma Game Reserve, in the Sabi Sand Wildtuin, South Africa. In fact this is the oldest waterhole cam in Africa and the world. It’s been broadcasting LIVE from this spot since 1998. With some luck you will see big cats coming for a drink o even on a kill close by. You can also expect to see a lot of impala (light brown antelope), waterbuck (white circle on rump), nyala (males have yellow legs and females have white stripes on flanks) and many other types of mammals, birds and reptiles. The camera is remotely controlled by a volunteer corps of people around the world known as ‘zoomies’. They log into the camera according to a schedule in shifts, and pan, tilt and zoom in search of animals. They also Tweet sightings @WildEarth Djuma was started almost twenty years ago as a safari, lodge by the Moolman family, and is renowned for the quality of its game safaris.
Cooking trout on the campfire in the woods. I lit the fire using flint and steel. The trout was seasoned and cooked in tin foil on the hot coals. Really tasty. Followed by a cup of hot chocolate. Support me on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/girloutdoors Follow me on instagram - https://www.instagram.com/girl_outdoors_becky/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Girl-Outdoors-398344493957243/
Jump onto a LIVE, interactive African safari. Twice a day our expert guides invite you to explore the African wilderness in safari vehicles and on foot. Together, we will search for everything from elephants and lions to flowers and landscapes.
Interact with your guide by asking questions through #safarilive on Twitter or via the chat stream located to the right of the feed on YouTube.
UPDATE: As of Monday, 15 October:
The Sunrise drive runs from 05:00 - 08:00 local time, which means start times of 23:00 EDT, 20:00 PDT, 03:00 in the UK [GMT], 05:00 in Central Europe, and 14:00 Sydney time.
Our Sunset Safari runs from 16:00 - 19:00 local time, which means start times of 10:00 EDT, 07:00 PDT, 14:00 in the UK [GMT], 16:00 in Central Europe, and 01:00 Sydney time.
When safariLIVE isn't live, you can view the feed from the Djuma Waterhole camera, from the heart of Djuma Private Game Reserve in the Sabi Sand/greater Kruger National Park area.