The Boma chit - chat forum Saturday 10 September 2011

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The Boma chit - chat forum Saturday 10 September 2011

WELCOME and join us at the AFRICAM BOMA FORUM .

Saturday 10  September 2011

Please note the cams you are talking about, NK for Nkorho,EP for Elephant Plains, TE for Tembe, BE for Black Eagle,PO for Pot Plant Owl.

Cam Pic from yesterday (Hafwyn), more great pics  here


Happy  camming  and  chatting !!

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Welcome  back  everyone.

Glad  to  have  the  Africam site  up  again  ,while  it  was  down  for  some  time.

Time  for   a  new  day  now

The  new  day  you  can  find  here.

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donnabac wrote:

Markus, Until the facts about these incidents have been verified and the Sabi Sands organization decides what to do, we should not be spreading rumors. This post was made by a viewer...not anyone of authority.

Hello donna, i think this letter writte a NK-Ranger or so, i hope this is not so Sad

we wait what say nkorho for this

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Markus, Until the facts about these incidents have been verified and the Sabi Sands organization decides what to do, we should not be spreading rumors. This post was made by a viewer...not anyone of authority.

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Unbelievable!!

2011 RHINO POACHING DEATH TOLL Two in two days. There was another this morning.
Two rhinos poached in two days. We've lost 288 so far this year.
Friday: Poaching incident – 1 Male White Rhino – Sabi Sands
Saturday: Poaching incident – Ndumo Game Reserve – Kzn (near Moz border)this borders with Tembe.

http://www.facebook.com/groups/13451629919/

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From facebook

Syl Yemen

Something to think about from Janine Olivier Scorer..the animals are on sabie sands they do not migrate & the poachers know this, so posting any pics what so ever just gives the poacher a data base from which to work off. They can in this way pin point which rhino's would be most valuable due to size of horn & this animal will then be targeted even with an anti poaching team on the ground it is very difficult for them to be every where all the time & these poachers are themselves very bush savvy & good trackers. white rhino have and use much smaller territories/home ranges

i see no rhino pics post

 

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hi everyone - I'm back again.

Thanks Howwa - I did get my giant cinammon roll before leaving  Smiling

 

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Hi howwa we drive with us bikes  Today 80km Shocked, i can not walk now LOL

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Hi Hanneke!

krukab,  Shania is her name, the spell checker goofed me up...

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Hi pingu!

I know you enjoyed your brekkie, krukab! Shaina is a very nice waitress!

Donkey dude, broke me up.   I think Juanetta took over the business...

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Good evening, I'm back here

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