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If you like this kind of content; you can watch things like this live in real time on YouTube. Many of these type of clips are their content floating around social media.

2x a day is a stream from South Africa on 5 different properties around the country. Drive around and live stream what they find; last week watched a leopard take a warthog.

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On 2/13/2023 at 5:03 PM, Ogee said:

If you like this kind of content; you can watch things like this live in real time on YouTube. Many of these type of clips are their content floating around social media.

2x a day is a stream from South Africa on 5 different properties around the country. Drive around and live stream what they find; last week watched a leopard take a warthog.

 Wildearth; 

 

There were a couple of places in PA that ran streaming cams 24/7 on some of the elk preserves. It was OK to watch for 20 minutes or so when the elk were in the area. After 20 minutes even with the elk on camera, I got bored. I wish I could remember the names of the places, but I don't think they still do it.

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1 hour ago, DirtTime said:

There were a couple of places in PA that ran streaming cams 24/7 on some of the elk preserves. It was OK to watch for 20 minutes or so when the elk were in the area. After 20 minutes even with the elk on camera, I got bored. I wish I could remember the names of the places, but I don't think they still do it.

This isn’t a live stream cam that sometimes has someone move the camera around at a fixed location. (although they do that too in several countries, but its not what I’m posting about)

This is a camera on a 4x4 actively driving around interacting with the viewers in real time. It’s just what happens on a photographic type safari if you stayed there. You go out with a guide that drives around, finds stuff and explains it; except with this you ask questions over the net. They switch between locations and vehicles to try and keep something on camera. They can have slow periods because its  live, and not a zoo, but they get some pretty remarkable interactions on camera. Especially leopard, they drive on one of the premier places in the world to see leopard relaxed in the wild. I been there, its amazing.

 

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