Kenya - Tsavo East National Park live camElephants, giraffes, buffaloes, zebras, leopards and other animals live from Savannah

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    • 1 hour ago
    • James S

    I saw rain for a short period of time, it did not amount to much. Hopefully more is coming to this area.

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    • 2 hours ago
    • James S

    Looks like rain coming, but no rain in the forecast.

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    • 8 hours ago
    • Lois

    2 Ele's drinking in unison <3

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    • 9 hours ago
    • Kay

    Lone elephant.

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    • 9 hours ago
    • carol mumford

    Not many at the moment Muffin.

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    • 9 hours ago
    • Muffin

    Here i am waiting again for the elephants

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    • 9 hours ago
    • J. Funny

    08:40 - Saturday, April 20. This is crazy. Some comments appear and again, some don't. What's going on?

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    • 10 hours ago
    • J. Funny

    08:17 - Saturday, April 20. Comment section has been off for hours.

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    • 13 hours ago
    • J. Funny

    There's a problem at Skyline with recent submitted comments not showing; some show, some don't. Hopefully, comments that are being re-submitted, won't eventually be duplicates.

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    • 13 hours ago
    • J. Funny

    Rita Penycate. You asked me in your last post if I have a special place that I like. I live on the west coast of the USA. I love Cannon Beach, Oregon on the Pacific Ocean. I also love the mountains in Washington State, Mt. Rainier (over 14,000 feet US measurement) on its south side has a beautiful lodge (Paradise Lodge) and many hiking trails. And thousands of people from around the world climb to the summit each year. Another favorite place is called Artists Point. It is just south of the Canadian border. Situated between Mt. Baker (probably over 10,000 feet US) and Mt. Shuksan. It's a spectacular view. Turn your head to the north, and there's Shuksan. Then turn your head south, and there's Mt. Baker looming high above you. I have a beautiful photo of Shuksan that I had enlarged very big and it's over my fireplace. Speaking of large photos I had enlarged: I used to have a pink dogwood tree. A few years before it fell over, I took a photo when it was in full bloom (April) and had it enlarged to about 4 feet by 5 feet (US measurement). Now that the tree is gone, I get to enjoy its beauty for the rest of my elder years.

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    • 13 hours ago
    • J. Funny

    Rita Penycate. Regarding Skyline Webcams: I very much enjoy traveling this way (enjoy traveling on Google Earth too). This Kenya cam is one of those that are on top of my list. I like the Dover Beach, UK cam (I wrote an experience I had there in 1976, if you would be interested in reading it). The cams in the Lofoten Islands in Norway are good to try and catch the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights). But I've only caught them once, and the camera wasn't positioned to catch the entire thing. I'll keep trying. In the Dolomite Mountains (Italian Alps), I love Pordoi Pass (Passo Pordoi), Italy cam (the one that looks straight up Belvedere 1 slope) for watching skiers. Cortina d'Ampezzo Cinque Torri, Italy cam, also in the Dolomites, watching skiers in the winter and hikers in the summer. Also the Dolomite's Marmolada Mountain's glacier hosted by Rifugio Padon. Spectacular view.

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    • 13 hours ago
    • J. Funny

    04:35 - Here comes the full moon peeking up over the horizon. No animals.

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    • 15 hours ago
    • Angie

    Sometimes I think the night time views are as stunning as the day time, especially when you get the silver-edged clouds ... amazing pics in the "gallery" of giraffe against the full moon ... wow ... !!

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    • 15 hours ago
    • Angie

    Sorry Derek 05 ... only just getting on the pc and seeing your post ... !!
    I meant their time ... I am two hours behind in England.