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  1. @Grasshopper_Club...thank you!
  2. Some of us who have visited South Luangwa have not had these issues. It was unfortunate for @janzin and i would certainly be unhappy and vocal. The plus is that the photos are beautiful!
  3. @vikramghanekar...another thank you and congratulations!
  4. @janzin.....on our last trip we were at two Bushcamp Co. camps with a private vehicle. We left earlier and stayed out later. Looking at my notes we were never served eggs for breakfast. Just toast or porridge and fruit and we were on our way.
  5. This might a lesson for all of us to state up front when we arrive in a camp, that we do not want to leave a sighting/s for a meal. Let others enjoy eating and we will get a bite to eat later.
  6. I do not import to the IPad each day. I wait until a memory card is nearly full then do it. The memory card is not wiped clean and not used again. This way I am sure to have images in two places, but also need to travel with quite a few cards.
  7. @bettel....I travel with my IPad and bring a camera card reader connector. It works well and my photos are imported, uploaded and arrive on the IMac. Also on my IPad is the Sasol bird app and the books that I am reading.
  8. @Grasshopper_Club....beautiful Litte Bee-eater photos. Eagerly waiting for more!
  9. heart warming. thanks!
  10. @Peter Connan...thanks! I just printed your directions and will try them out.
  11. @Caracal...yes. It was a very special sighting.
  12. idea on numbers. I suspect that there are some spread out around here as we are next to mountains and desert. A couple of years ago friends told us that there was a family of bobcats in their back yard. They also live in Joshua Tree National Park. Several years ago a ban was placed on trapping them in the park. And, we have coyotes in the area.

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