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Nkorho Cam Sightings Discussion Wednesday 29th August

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Nkorho Cam Sightings Discussion Wednesday 29th August

*******NEW DAY*******

Ms Charlie (not verified)
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Aquila wrote:
Awww Ms Charlie, so glad the kids liked it. Sorry about the ratings thing but I disable that and comments due to the weirdos on youtube. You wouldn't believe some of the comments they give. LOL

Totally understand why you did that. We to are about to take all of ours off. What a shame it comes to that.

We love the INTERNET, but man oh man, as far as a teaching tool, you have to be right there over there shoulders. I hope parents at home are watching as vigilantly as we all are. Heck, you can't even download music, that's even worse if that's even possible grrrrr.

We do thank you for posting the vid however. It was a total hit as ALL of yours are on here.

 

On a different note, take a quick look at the sun on our corn field and our mostly empty eagles nest now. The colors are amazing. Can hardly wait to show you all this when it snow...Smiling

If I pan the camera, you can even see Mount Baker in all her glory  of which is in the US of A...:)  and still covered in snow.

 

http://www.kidsinthenest.com/resources/cams/liveEagleWhatcomCam.php

Aquila (not verified)
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Awww Ms Charlie, so glad the kids liked it. Sorry about the ratings thing but I disable that and comments due to the weirdos on youtube. You wouldn't believe some of the comments they give. LOL

Ms Charlie (not verified)
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Ms Charlie, here is the video that includes the Wildebeest chasing the vervets around. You'll have to scan thru it to find which scene you asked about. Smiling

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EwuBxwXSMc

 

Oh my, I hope I can do this justice. PICTURE: two classrooms watching this video right NOW, and we turned to see why the kids were so quiet, and guess what, they all have their little mouths open, in silence I might add  that's a FIRST, lol..and others with their hands over their mouths and gasping for the poor little Monkey.

When it was over, they stood up and applauded. They went to give you 5 stars but it has been disabled.

LOL...I have the BEST job on the face of the earth....Smiling

Thank you for showing us this.OK they want to see it again...I'm off....THANK YOU.

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Ann wrote:
Aquila wrote:

Ms Charlie, here is the video that includes the Wildebeest chasing the vervets around. You'll have to scan thru it to find which scene you asked about. Smiling

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EwuBxwXSMc

 

Sorry, pushed something and it sent without my message.  Another great video!  That wildie sure has a bee in his bonnet!  By the end he had a bunch of buddies joining in!  Excellent coverage by the zoomie, too!

Ann (not verified)
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Aquila wrote:

Ms Charlie, here is the video that includes the Wildebeest chasing the vervets around. You'll have to scan thru it to find which scene you asked about. Smiling

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EwuBxwXSMc

 

Aquila (not verified)
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Wonder what went after the reedbuck a bit ago? It sure was running hard and squealing.

ex-centric (not verified)
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Wow noisy little critters aren't they?Surprised

Swift (not verified)
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This were Egyptian Geese protest calls.

It had to fly because of the Hyena   Smiling

ex-centric (not verified)
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The Reedbuck is not happy.

Swift (not verified)
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These Reedbucks are telling it to keep its distance I think.

If this is the Owl, it is new to me, this behavior. 

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