babt warthogs and mum at a watering hole.

Live Wild Photography at the Okonjima Nature Reserve

AFRICAT IN THE UK!
THE CAMERAS THAT GIVE US LIVE FEED DAILY – ARE NOW LIVE FOR YOU TO ENJOY AS WELL!
INSTANT WILD, LIVE WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY – is releasing a series of new cameras in Namibia, provided by the The AfriCat Foundation.

The new cameras are placed on elevated platforms so we’ll be looking down from above, with a view to identifying which species use the waterhole throughout the day.

The wild dog pack

The cameras are all connected to a server at Plains Camp and the images captured are sent to AfriCat’s Information Centre and 3 main lodges within the Nature Reserve.

Each one has a 32″ Flat screen mounted in the lounge area of the camp’s Lapa for guests to view and Instant Wild will be provided with the same instant feed to aid AfriCat’s research. The cameras are all fitted with infrared flood-lights; enabling AfriCat to monitor nocturnal activity too.

Kudu with calves

TAMMY (AfriCat) popped into mid-London recently at the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) where the latest development in remote cameras, already in place in the Okonjima/AfriCat Nature Reserve, was discussed, with great potential for further development in AfriCat North’s remote study sites.

SEE & LEARN MORE:
Instant Wild – Help identify some of the rarest and threatened species on the planet
Instant wild – App for iPhone, ipad and iPod touch.

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Lisa

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