Monday, 23 April 2007

Welcome to WildEarth

Well, we are about to go LIVE on www.entertainmentafrica.com. After years of planning and months of back breaking work WildEarth is proud to be showing you the African bush absolutely LIVE. To begin with we have two digital surveillance camera systems positioned at two waterholes; Vuyatela, which is right in front of the Vuyatela game lodge and Buffelshoek a very busy waterhole some 1.7 kilometers away from our Final Control, which is also at Vuyatela lodge.
At about 07h00 (Central African Time, CAT) we head out on our high tech game drive vehicle driven by either Pieter Pretorius or Nick DeJong for a LIVE game drive around the magnificent Djuma Game Reserve. As long as it doesn't get too hot we should be out for about 3 hours and then we go out again in the afternoon at about 16h00 CAT. When the sun goes down our crew switch the cameras over into Infra Red mode allowing us all to watch the animals without disturbing them. They can't see the IR light, only the camera can.

2 comments:

WildEarth said...

Hi, this is a test

Elaine said...

hi wildearth,
Congratulations on a great job!!
What beautiful way to see Djuma, Gowrie Dam and the animals.