I have always loved this site. This has always my reference when it comes to topics about animals.
Good morning from Scotland.
Just back from Easter holiday to find your newsletter. It is super thank you. The story of Africam was brilliant and very informative. It is great getting the background of the africam after all these years of watching.
I know I am a watcher and not much of a voice on the website but I thoroughly enjoy watching and listening. I have the site minimised on my computer so I can hear the sounds all the time and then if you hear anything you can go in for a look. I am sure I miss some wonderful moments doing it this way but I have also seen some wonderful moments.
I love african animals with a passion and was lucky enough to go three years ago to kenya and I am hoping to go back soon. Your camera just helps fill in the longing to be there and helps keep the dream alive that one day I will get back.
Thank you all so very much for the wonderful job you do in keeping us all watching and wish you very many years of success and prosperity in this endeavour.
Keep up the fab work.
Thank you for the wonderful newsletter. I can remember the excitement I felt when I first found the cam. Congratulations on the path you took as your journey, and letting us come along for the ride.
Já se také připojuji k poděkování všem kdo pracují na tom to velice krásném projektu.
Clikejte na reklamu ať podpoříte ten to projekt.
Ješťe jednou děkuji,dobrá práce.
Přeji mnoho dalších úspěchů.
Hi to Campbell, Jon and Paul
Wow I remember the refresh cam days so well I used to log in as stickinsect in those days, I was so happy in 2006 to rediscover the new Africam. Unfortunately I have become more addicted than before. My work has also often suffered because of your wonderful cams. I have enjoyed your various events and most recently the cook out which was a pile of fun. I have made some wonderful like minded friends here too. I would like to wish you everything of the best for the future and can not wait to see what you have up your sleeve.
To the mods thank you too for all the work you have done and Barry for the great work compiling the Africam books so much information.
I hope to enjoy this site for many more years to come.
Hi just wanted 2 say how much I love your site, watch almost everyday now for 1yr. When I can't watch I always feel I have missed something good.
Thanks keep up the good work!!
P.S. I loved chef Wes, missed the dancer's look forward 2 much more.
Thanks for the newsletter...it is really informative. I have only been a member for a couple of years, but have told many of my friends about this wonderuful site...including several school teachers who incorporate into their classroom studies. It is an amazing site, and especially wonderful for people like me who don't have the opportunity to travel, but can now experience Africa's wildlife as it occurs. I open this site every day, and am very patient when the cameras are down for any reason...I just look forward to the return of my animal friends...esp the warthog family! Thank you so much and I really hope this site continues for many years to come. Sincerely, Shelley Lewis, Austin, Texas USA
Dear Africam Crew,
I've just finished reading the first issue of the African Boma Newsletter. I am awestruck at the changes and challenges you have met with and overcome to bring us this amazing site. I am a daily visitor, and like everyone else, am so very grateful for the opportunity to witness raw nature in such amazing beauty. It is my dream to visit Africa and see this beauty with my own eyes, but due to physical disabilities, very likely will not be able to realize my dream. So for now, I will visit each day and night, and open this wondrous window to another world.
Thank you all for the wonderful work you do, and for the amazing experiences you bring to me.
Peace & Love
PS, I loved the video of Chef Wes and the dancers!! Thanks again!
Thanks so much for my first Newsletter, which gave me the background and history to Africam's own adventures in camming.
I'd be interested in an ads-free subscription service, should you decide to run one in the future. As an ex-Northern Rhodesian, where, in truth, I saw only great insects, birds, and snakes, your webcam fills in all of the game viewing experiences that never happened! Could you also promote the lodges' tariffs and amenities more, perhaps? It's not immediately easy to find out about them and I'm determined that I'll stay with you some time, before I'm too creaky to do so. Could you also get more advertising from South African Airlines and all of the many organisations which thrive mostly due to the outside world's interest in South African Wildlife? We get Susman's biltong and other SA goods here, in fact, just down the road from me in East Sussex (UK), so how about a link-up with South African companies based overseas, too? Maybe a super prize to win a few nights at Nkorho Lodge, etc.?? Whatever - you've provided a fascinating and also educational service, and long may you continue to thrive and enthrall.