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Cam Chat Nkorho and Elephant Plains Saturday 15 December 2007

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Cam Chat Nkorho and Elephant Plains Saturday 15 December 2007


        *******NEW DAY*******

                Cam chat 15 december 2007

          Please don't forget to label your post

         EP for Elephant Plains & NK for Nkorho

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  HUMAN VOICE

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Awww isn't that precious? I'm going to get a close up of 1 of those heads for my desktop at work. Smiling

We is in wildie calf heaven this year. The odds are in our favor to see more than 1 grow up...i hope.

Hyaena...NK i believe. 952 pm cat

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Hi all! Just trying to catch up on the posts. I'm pretty sure I counted at least 8 baby wildebeest. They are just too cute.

Not sure if someone already posted but noticed out Wilde with the lump has had her baby. Must have been very recent as it seems really small and umbilical cord still visible.

Here is a not too good pic but she was in the back and I cropped it out.

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Bit off topic, but heck it's Xmas. How about a snowman cam...I swear it is. So when no critters are at the wh at EP & NK, take a peek. This is adorable.

www.snowmancam.com

 

there are a mess of deer that come right up to the camera and look right at you...LOL.

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Look at the pic Sag got. Does that face not give you goosebumps?

A face of total innocence & wonder. Smiling

It's so beautiful it hurts.

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rofl rofl rofl rofl   never thought of that rofl rofl

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Ms Charlie wrote:
Mom can even hold off the birthing if she feels threatened and only has her baby's during the day and with the entire herd around her. Now is that cool or what..!

Oof, but that must hurt.    But, yes, it is pretty cool.   

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I just read that that is how many get separated from Mom. Mom will walk off, they don't notice and they become victims to predators. Actually I learned a lot about these Wildebeests since that baby was born that I never knew before. Mom can even hold off the birthing if she feels threatened and only has her baby's during the day and with the entire herd around her. Now is that cool or what..!

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i hope that baby wildie wakes up soon, he/she aint noticed his mum has walked away

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It's been really fun to watch all the babies bounce around, I just thought the adults like to play a lot.

Maybe we will get the chance for one more birth but if they go in teh trees which would make sence I guess would miss the actual birthing anyway.

I tried to watch the photobucket #1 #2 then jumped to the last one but PB buffers so bad just takes the pleasure out of the show.  Oh well someday.  I did get enough info to see that wildies only have their babies during the day, that is a nice thing to know so you are not worried about them being born during the peak of predator time.

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