Several of my wonderful, loyal readers have asked me that question.
They refer, of course, to the Africam web cam link I mentioned in my last post. The link is over in my sidebar right under the "I Power Blogger" button, but I'll copy it again HERE.
The answer is, yes, definitely!
In the last 36 hours (one daylight period and two nights) we have seen a large herd of impalas (and I DON'T mean Chevrolets!), four zebras, one wildebeest, numerous baboons, a family of hyenas, a cheetah(!) up close and personal, giraffes, one elephant, a pair of kudus, and lots of birds hard to identify.
During the daylight hours the display is in color, and often an "operator" of the camera will (remotely, I'm sure) pan around to an animal, zoom in and then back out. Sometimes in the early night that will happen as well.
It's a fascinating site, especially to anyone who has had the thrill of seeing many of these animals in person in the wild. If the bird and cricket noises are annoying, turn down the sound. But try leaving the site running and just check it every now and then.
As Forrest Gump would say, "It's like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're going to get."