Live Safaris video broadcasts from Djuma Game Reserve and Arathusa Safari Lodge in the Sabi Sand Wildtuin. The live safari drives run twice per day. Click here for the schedule. During the safari a Ranger will drive around the reserve looking for wild animals. Another person sits in back of the vehicle and controls the camera your watching. Here is a short list of animals that you could see: Leopard, Lion, Rhino, Buffalo, Elephant, Hippopotamus, Birds and more.  For more information about this cam visit wildsafarilive.com.

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Chris in Olympia
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Good Night All! ♥

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Jeff
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Goodnight Chris! Thanks for the infoM😄

Jeff
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Is it just me or are the guides finding fewer animals over the last couple of days?

Jeff
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I’ve been seeing an awful lot of bugs and butterflies!😄

Chris in Olympia
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This is true even on a real safari. Some days you see lots that is big and exciting, and some days you just see small things. This is why they train guides to show both.

Chris in Olympia
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It is harder to find them during the rainy times. At least that is my opinion. Plus, we always seems to have times of finding lots of animals and then times of nothing much. And with less people working at Djuma, they have fewer eyes to go out and get any idea where the animals are. No more Herbie going out tracking.

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Thanks for the input! I didn’t think it was just me but thought I’d ask. I still like the idea of the drones that I think they used at one point!! Of course, being a former pilot, I like anything that utilizes flying and in this case It seems like a drone with a good camera on it would work well!? Did you watch when they were flying the drone?

Rachelle
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were you a commercial or mititary pilot, my DH has 172 cessena

Jeff
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Hi Rachelle, I was a military combat airlift pilot during the Vietnam war! I flew C-141 Starlifters on a worldwide airlift mission including in country Vietnam combat airlift.

Chris in Olympia
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Yes, I did. They did get some neat pictures, but also found that the drone during daylight did scare wildlife. They worked best when they stayed high up and used thermal imaging at dusk or after dark to find animals. But viewers didn’t really like it all that much.

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I was thinking of it more as just being used to find the animals as opposed to watching them like we do on the drives!

Chris in Olympia
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I’m back!