Pete's Pond in Mashatu - webcam

author: | September 25, 2018 | Africa, Live cameras from nature | 67 comments

Pete's Pond - description

Mashat is an example of everything that defines the wilderness in Africa. The Nature Reserve is located in Botswana.
Botswana is an inland state in South Africa adjacent to South Africa, Namibia in the west, Zambia in the north, and Zimbabwe to the northeast. Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia are close to one point. This is the third most economical state of Africa.

On the remnants of the irrigation system, which was placed on the abandoned field of cotton, a large area was excavated and Pete's pond originated. Thanks to their efforts and efforts, volunteers have transformed barren farmland into a viable nature reserve.
In 2005, a webcam was installed in a shelter that was built next to the pond.

During the day, animals such as elephants, giraffes, wartworms, impallies, baboons, crocodiles and many birds can be seen in the water and around the pond. At night, large cats, hyenas, a number of smaller carnivores, and various kinds of frogs can be seen at the pond.

Pete's Pond - Live






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