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April CamOp Photo Winners!

Another month gone by, another round of amazing snapshots from our amazing CamOps! FIRST PLACE Unforgettable, CamOp Spish RUNNER UPS  SHARK, CamOp Kathy Zebras, CamOp Kim HONORABLE MENTIONS House Inspectors, CamOp Pann  Pretzel, CamOp Katie  Of course we’re related! CamOp Bill View more incredible snapshots here!

Hammerkops and Geese

Val from Mpala has been watching you watching Mpala! She gives us some amazing facts to accompany some of those amazing snapshots you’ve captured of African birds.

The Rare & Royal on the African Wildlife Cams!

From our partners at the Mpala Research Centre: The African Wildlife Cams are in full swing and we hope you’ve been enjoying the stunning landscapes and scenery. We’ve been getting to know lots of species on the blog and today we’re showcasing some other lesser known species who have been showing up. Pictured above is the

A Tracing Line

A line of Canada Geese trace their way along the sky in this beautifully shot photograph. Found in every contiguous U.S. state and Canadian province at one time of the year or another, Canada Geese can cover 1,500 miles in just 24 hours with a favorable wind, though they typically travel at a much more

Wild Geese

You do not have to be good. You do not have to walk on your knees for a hundred miles through the desert, repenting. You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves. Tell me about despair, yours, and I will tell you mine. Meanwhile the world goes on.