Dik-diks are a common and pleasant sight at Mpala. From the office block to the thick bush around and on live cameras at Explore.org, dik-dik couples can be seen quietly chewing on a variety of plants. Dik-diks are browsers, feeding on a diet consistently high in fermentable and digestible plant material. The adorable couples are
This summer we launched our Africa Wildlife Cams in partnership with Mpala Research Centre in Lakipia, Central Kenya. The Cams are located in a section of the Ewaso Ng’iro River teeming with wildlife where more than 20 species have already shown up on the cams. We thought you should meet some of our African stars!
Feeling cheeky, I see… Well then, check out our newest Chipmunk Live Cam! Along a mountain ridge in Colorado, view life on the log with three species of chipmunks, two species of squirrel, and the occasional fox, deer, bear, antelope, and various bird species. Recognized for their pudgy cheeks, big glossy eyes, striped fur and
From our partners at Zooborns, an unusual landscape for a lovable dik-dik (above)! A dik-dik is actually a small antelope. They live throughout central and subsaharan Africa and are just 12–16 inches tall and weigh 7-16 lbs. Because of their small size, they are hunted by everything from lions to monitor lizards. However, they have excellent eyesight and