Monday January 22, 2007
Hoo Hoo, wish I'd SEE an owl...maybe if I call?
Yes owl, it's a new day in South Africa
Is it a new day? Or am I off on the time thing?
Great article! Really lets you appreciate the logistical difficulties of doing something like this. Hats off to Mr. Scott for his dedication, and all the operators. Maybe some day we'll also have a Serengeti cam so we can watch the great migration. Or maybe a Galapagos cam to see marine iguanas and nesting albatross. Or maybe a volcano cam on Ol Doinyo Lengai!
Read the newest info from Karin. They cleaned the camera and have been working on improving the quality.
That was a very interesting article. I hope everyone reads it and realizes that it has a connection to North America as well as Africa.
i have no idea....
Yes great read indeed. I read it yesterday and a couple more times since. Mr. Campbell Scott should be very proud of his committment to Africa and Africam. To bring such an experience and learning tool around the world is a great accomplishment.
I thank you and all the people involved.
i just logged on.. why is the cam on the edge of the waterhole?
Thank you so much for the link, I work at home and have had the cam up everyday since October. Its so nice to read about the wonderful person that made this possibe
Such a beautiful night tonight, wonder if we will have baby froggies soon