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This cam is sighted upriver from the hippo pool at a bend in the river. It allows you to follow wildlife corridors on both sides of the river. You can see ellies, giraffes, kudus, etc., as they browse and wander along the riverside, often on their way to the hippo pool and basking beach watering holes. This cam picks up the view from where the high and low hippo-cams drop off, and goes quite a distance upriver.

  • topic: african wildlife

  • location: laikipia county, central kenya

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africa: african river wildlife camera

This cam is sighted upriver from the hippo pool at a bend in the river. It allows you to follow wildlife corridors on both sides of the river. You can see ellies, giraffes, kudus, etc., as they browse and wander along the riverside, often on their way to the hippo pool and basking beach watering holes. This cam picks up the view from where the high and low hippo-cams drop off, and goes quite a distance upriver.

Mpala facilitates and exemplifies sustainable human-wildlife co-existence and the advancement of human livelihoods and quality of life. We do this through education, outreach, and by developing science-based solutions to guide conservation actions for the benefit of nature and human welfare. Mpala is both a 48,000-acre cattle ranch and an international biological research center. It is located in Laikipia County in central Kenya in the shadow of Mount Kenya.

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location: Laikipia County, Central Kenya

best viewing hours: 6:30am - 7:30pm

time zone: Eastern Africa Time

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Learn More & Get Involved · Mpala Research Centre & Mpala Wildlife Foundation
This cam is sighted upriver from the hippo pool at a bend in the river. It allows you to follow wildlife corridors on both sides of the river. You can see ellies, giraffes, kudus, etc., as they browse and wander along the riverside, often on their way to the hippo pool and basking beach watering holes. This cam picks up the view from where the high and low hippo-cams drop off, and goes quite a distance upriver.

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