We're starting the process now so the camera may go down shortly.
Thanks for pointing that out @Adrian Allan, we'll see what we can do about it .
@ P.L., no cheetahs in this part of Zambia
@ Juliet ShentonSound. That's great news; thank you.A plea from many of us. I presume that there is a protective 'window' in front of the camera lens. Made of glass or perhaps transparent plastic. No doubt necessary for protection against splashes of dirty water. There is a nasty dark blemish from top to bottom near the middle which destroys the focus in that area. Is there anything that can be done to correct this please?
Fingers crossed then Juliet for a sound cam by the end of the day
Is that a cheetah on the large sand bar?
That will be fantastic, can't wait to hear them. Thanks Julie
fantastic news Juliet, will bring the South Luangwa even closer now! Cant wait to be back next season with you and enjoy all of the senses of Zambia
Hi Everyone, we're going to be attempting to add sound to this camera in the next few hours. The cam will go down for a short period. Bear with us - hopefully we'll have you fabulous hippo noises by the end of the day. Welcome @ Dave Kyle - the green birds are Lillian's Lovebirds. Two of the birds you see swooping past the camera are a breeding pair of wire tailed swallows who have a nest and their second set of eggs for the season. Gert's suggestion is a very good one, it's easy to get more than 100 species of birds at either location.
Great view of baboons bottom, left side of hole...can see them scanning for crocs.
Yeah, one croc went off towards the bottom right and the other went left.
Are those fish I see in the little channel of water?
07:00 So the crocodile has moved on? I do not see it anymore.
What are there drinking on the top right? A bit difficult to tell at that distance.