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Hello! I am new to this.  I just signed up this morning.  My oldest son loves animals and he wants to watch them in their real surroundings.  I told him that I would sign up on here so that he can watch them anytime that he wants.  We live in the Dallas/Forth Worth area.  I take my two boys to the zoo's here all the time.  I remember the first time I had taken my oldest son to the zoo, when he seen the Zebra.  He told me he wanted to take it home.  I am looking into it now where he can adobit a Zebra here at one of the zoos.  He is just real happy that now he can watch animals in their natural surrounding.


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Joined: Jan 15 2008

Hi and welcome to Africam and the forum.  I do hope you will join us in the daily created Boma chat thread where we talk about what we are seeing and hearing at the waterholes.  Feel free to ask any questions there too.


Have you seen the new member guided tour page yet? See it here Want to keep up with what's happening in the forum? Check the recent posts page. Become Africam Wise see the Africam Wiki

Congokid (not verified)
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Hello Salemkitty.  It is great to have you join us!  The site becomes addictive very quickly!  The people on the Boma are super nice and wonderful about helping new folk feel at home!  My grandchildren have enjoyed learning the time zones around the world and comparing them to the water holes or to their own homes.  It is very educational yet fun!  One of our forum regulars (and favorites! Laughing) is Barry/aka/Kru-cab-Bowzer/aka/Alf.   There are very few topics that he is not well versed in!  He is a wonderful "go-to" person to ask about the time zone differences and he keeps the Africam Book up to date.  Check him out - he will be one of your best sources of information!  Also the "Africam Wiki" that you will see by many of the moderator's names.  This is almost like an encyclopedia of all things Africam.  It is wonderful!

I talk too much!  Just welcome and enjoy!

kynana3 (not verified)
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Welcome to Africam Salemkitty and son.  Your son should enjoy the two cameras very much. Lots of zebras stop by for a nice cool drink and a little munching on the grass.  They are so funny when they kick up a dust and then roll around  in the dirt.  Their little legs kick up in the air and they flip around.  Don't happen that often on camera.  Everything the animals do can be addictive.  Between times he can help us watch the grass grow.(Somebody has to it!!! LOL!!)  Also, stop by for a chat on Boma.

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