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Wednesday November 15 Sightings

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Wednesday November 15 Sightings

Hello Everyone

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"DamiensMommy92206" wrote:
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can someone post a new link to the cam for me?
mms://live.wildlife.wavelit.net/451ok use windows media player
thanks again!
hope it worked

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"katja" wrote:
Timmo, what's the bird in your avatar?

Sorry - away for awhile. Just popped back for a few minutes.

My avatar is a White-browed Scrub-Robin. I took the photo on a visit to Skukuza a month ago. You ca see it and other photos at:
http://picasaweb.google.com/timothyboucherbirder

Had a great time - I was there as part of a workshop on Freshwater Conservation.

Nylsvley - superb spot!!

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Started a new day in SA so also a new thread :!:

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Duiker 0205??

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"bascia3125" wrote:
"DamiensMommy92206" wrote:
can someone post a new link to the cam for me?
mms://live.wildlife.wavelit.net/451ok use windows media player
thanks again!

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Good Nite Izornes....see you soon!!

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well im going to go for the night...happy camming

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thank you

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"Tabs" wrote:
"lzornes" wrote:
DOES ANYONE KNOW IF THERE IS A SPECIFIC WAY TO TELL THE MALE FROM THE FEMALE RHINOS APART???

The only way to tell male from female (apart from getting a good view of the Rhino's sexual organs or seeing a female with a calf) is to be able to estimate their size/weight or to be able to tell the difference in the thickness of the front horn.

Males are larger than females and a female's horn is usually thinner than that of a male.

However this is almost impossible to determine on the cam unless you are fortunate enough to see a male and female together in a close-up shot - and even than it would be quite hard to distinguish them apart!thank you Tabs for the info..

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"lzornes" wrote:
DOES ANYONE KNOW IF THERE IS A SPECIFIC WAY TO TELL THE MALE FROM THE FEMALE RHINOS APART???

The only way to tell male from female (apart from getting a good view of the Rhino's sexual organs or seeing a female with a calf) is to be able to estimate their size/weight or to be able to tell the difference in the thickness of the front horn.

Males are larger than females and a female's horn is usually thinner than that of a male.

However this is almost impossible to determine on the cam unless you are fortunate enough to see a male and female together in a close-up shot - and even than it would be quite hard to distinguish them apart!

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