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Have the baboons been playing again?!!
The More button is back,. thank you Skyline
Lots of elephants and warthogs today. Lovely babies too.
Lovely pictures from today. Winifred Boyce I love it that you can even see the hippo's whiskers on your picture it is so close.
13.43Hi Rita, where did you find me with Dada, can you leave a mark where you found it?
Hi everyone, what a lovely scene, herd of ellies with hippo grazing in the background. Halil and Dada found you on the other side.
11.00Hi Natalie, thank you very much for your information. It would be better if this camera had night vision. It's pitch dark after sunset. Take care of yourselves.
Hi Natalie. Just a thought, would spraying something that smells of lions by the camera put them off? I love seeing the baboons and would still like to see them playing on the grass.
Hi Natalie, thank you for the information, oh these monkeys !!,but I like them , I'm looking forward to the camera shot more to the right.
Thanks Natalie. Hope you had a good rest on your leave.
17h03 CAT and the lawnmower ( Hippopotamus) is out trimming the grass already. It must be a cool day on the Zambezi today.
Hi All, I have been away on some leave. It seems when the cats away the mice will play! The mice being the baboons in this case. It's hard to make anything baboon proof here and the camera moves so we can't put it in a cage otherwise it will focus on the wire. Hopefully the lions will come back soon and scare them away for a while. I will ask Skyline if they can adjust the view further to the right. Take care,Natalie
Bush babe, google Shenton Safaris and you will see the "other" Zambia camera, unfortunately not operational this year due to covid.
08h18 Hi Margret Taylor, Dada and Carol Mumford Found you. I would like to join up to the news letter you mention please send me the info as being new its nice to expand ones knowledge of the animals and habits of the animals we share on this planet and with the artistry of taking beautiful photographs which portray them to their best advantage. I see a lovely scene and take loads of shots and fingers crossed that one will be ok. Now after seeing some of the photos by such talented ladies Winifred Boyce I include you in too.I am looking forward to your directions/info on " their news letter".Keep safe in these difficult times & Be well
Hi Margaret, I wouldn't like to bet how long it will stay like this. To them it is a moving toy. They will have to think of a way of making it baboon proof. Hope you are OK up there. Take care.
Thank you Bush Babe.