Wildearth Djuma Cam Chat, Thursday 27 September 2007

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Wildearth Djuma Cam Chat, Thursday 27 September 2007

*** New Day ***

 

 

Jan007 (not verified)
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oh well, there's always next time.  Beautiful day here today, so am headed out with a friend to ride the horses.  Have a good day everyone

Jan 

karen-inVA (not verified)
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hiya Jan,
glad you were able to get on, but sad to share the drive was cut short due to the battery issues they are going thru with the feed output.
these baboons will definitely entertain you tho...lol

Jan007 (not verified)
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well, shucks - So that's why the landie slowed down enough for me to catch it  lol! 

Jan 

karen-inVA (not verified)
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DRIVE OVER!

There once again goes the dreadful battery problem. Sad
blog said other day that they will be changing out 2 of them "and the charger" this coming weekend. Wonder if they will cancel drives then or not. heck, I'd rather if they could, do it now so they could be hopefully in better shape for the weekend.
but.... could be reason why it's gonna take place over weekend with maybe who ever is gonna do work can't do it til then.

enjoyed the ride pieter and rob, even if we can't always find lots of sightings.

Jan007 (not verified)
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yawn...Good morning everyone.  Slept in & had to run like crazy, but finally managed to jump on the landie

Jan 

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owlsatdawn wrote:

The baboons certainly don't have a breeding problem, do they?  Everytime we see them it seems like there are even more newborns.  You'd think the area would be overrun with them.  The mortality rate must be quite high.

Good question for WildEarth...huh?

did you submit the question dawn?

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The baboons certainly don't have a breeding problem, do they?  Everytime we see them it seems like there are even more newborns.  You'd think the area would be overrun with them.  The mortality rate must be quite high.

Good question for WildEarth...huh?

karen-inVA (not verified)
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have a good day at work mike

karen-inVA (not verified)
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quick but nice little glimpse of the bee eater

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Off to work, slot opening up, see ya all later

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