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Patricia Farrell, PhD posted:
"WildEarth Safari broadcasts LIVE safaris daily from the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, which is part of the Greater Kruger National Park in South Africa. Every day there is a safari at 06h00 CAT to 09h00CAT and one at 15h30CAT to 18h30 CAT. The safari consists of a Presenter/Expert Ranger who drives around the reserve looking for animals both big and small. A camera person sits on the back of the safari vehicle and their camera is your eyes. This gives a fantastic feeling of actually being on the back of the vehicle as it bumps through the splendid African bush. If you want to ask a question of the Ranger in real time, you can email the question through to questions@wildearthsafari.tv and the director may forward your question through to the ranger.
The Sabi Sands is one of the top locations in South Africa for viewing game. It is often possible to see the big five in one drive. That is lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino and elephant. There are numerous beautiful birds and a whole host of other smaller animals."
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Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
Another great link, Dr. Farrell, thank you!

And from it you can get to other nature cams. All lovely and calming.
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