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Gary L
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This is a live Webcam from Soputh Africa's Sadi Sands Private Wildlife Preserve. This is a very Exclusive Preserve in Northern South Africa. This is live and with sound. It has the time of day on it and best viewing is during daylight hours. They are 7 hours ahead of us so about 8pm our time should get you into daybreak. I have seen Wildebeast, Impala's, Baboons, Vervet Monkeys, and Elephants.

 

http://www.wavelit.com/popup/playerAfricam.asp#

 

This will Identify some of what you see.

http://www.sa-venues.com/wildlife/default.htm

 

Enjoy this my friends. It is the greatest.

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I've been running this web cam on the background since you pointed it out on here, Gary.

 

So far I've seen jackals, hyenas, baboons, impala, zebra and an elephant.

 

Even when it's running in the background, the cricket sounds in the background are pretty cool. Often you can even hear the wildlife so you know to take a look.

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I could set one up behind my place...I've seen all the typical songbirds...hummingbirds (a little too cold now) and I smelled a skunk back there as well. I'm waiting to see a deer trotting through the park. We could set up one of those hunt on the internet things.

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This is a live Webcam from Soputh Africa's Sadi Sands Private Wildlife Preserve. This is a very Exclusive Preserve in Northern South Africa. This is live and with sound. It has the time of day on it and best viewing is during daylight hours. They are 7 hours ahead of us so about 8pm our time should get you into daybreak. I have seen Wildebeast, Impala's, Baboons, Vervet Monkeys, and Elephants.

 

http://www.wavelit.com/popup/playerAfricam.asp#

 

This will Identify some of what you see.

http://www.sa-venues.com/wildlife/default.htm

 

Enjoy this my friends. It is the greatest.

 

very cool site! I saw a herd of wildebeast last night...

 

Thanks for sharing!!! It's in my favorites too.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Those lions are hanging around and they're so bloated from eating that buffalo that they're unlikely to move for a few more days.

 

Last night a herd of cape buffalo moved in and drove the lions away from the watering hole...

 

...once those lions get hungry again there might be some more action.

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