Friday April 13 Cam Discussion

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Friday April 13 Cam Discussion

*NEW DAY*

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Aquila - just watched your video of the turtle exodus. Thanks so much for capturing & posting that! Great camera work! I pray the little guy/gal has a safe walkabout. Thanks, again!

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Laughing out loud NEW DAY Laughing out loud

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Looked like they were on a sneaky mission or playing ring around the wh Laughing out loud

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"ex-centric" wrote:
and another

They look awfully sneaky tonight. LOL

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and another

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Looked like two hyaena right to left at back of wh.

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I saw the big bird on the nest in the Marula tree a few days ago too. All I could say was that it was a good sized raptor, dark color.

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"katja" wrote:
"Jabberwocky" wrote:
If I wouldn't have seen that white stripe I would have been stumped. Laughing out loud
I just watched it again and I am pretty sure now: I see a yellow face and a white stripe on the tail.

I think that was the first sighting of an African Harrier Hawk on Nkorho Cam. Laughing out loud

I hope someone can capture a good photo off the video and add it to the database. Smiling Infact, I think emjay posted pics of this bird in the cam pics thread.

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"shelbelle33" wrote:
hello all, what is that sound? it sounded like something or someone is walking on gravel

Hello, Shelbelle - we've had descriptions of the shound now as walking on gravel, bird building nest, raking dry leaves, and something scratching itself. Answer: we don't know! Smiling

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"Jabberwocky" wrote:
If I wouldn't have seen that white stripe I would have been stumped. Laughing out loud
I just watched it again and I am pretty sure now: I see a yellow face and a white stripe on the tail.

I think that was the first sighting of an African Harrier Hawk on Nkorho Cam. Laughing out loud

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