Okonjima Reserve Goes Live!
Live video feed from the Okonjima Reserve is now being transmitted to all three camps from 8 video cameras located across the reserve. Two of the cameras are portable which means they can be set up at a main game-trail, a fresh kill, or an active den. This creates fantastic opportunities to continue watching the wildlife activity after you have left a sighting. It will also allow guests to see what is active during the night as the cameras are equipped with infrared. The bulk of the equipment will be located at busy waterholes. Guests have free access to the various camera feeds and can select different cams to view.
Whilst this technology is especially useful to the AfriCat research staff who need to monitor cat welfare and animal numbers in general, it will be an exciting alternative to an early night for anyone curious about nocturnal activity in the African bush.