Rosie's Pan watering hole

author: | May 11, 2019 | Africa, Live cameras from nature | 32 comments

Rosie's Pan - description

This camera is hidden in Balule Nature Reserve, South Africa. The ball is open to the world famous Kruger National Park and is part of the same ecosystem.
Due to its remote location, it is completely solar. The well replenishes the necessary water for the animals that often visit this area. From here you can see the "Big Five" animals of Africa: lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos and buffaloes. Giraffes and a large number of antelopes, squirrels, warthogs and giant kingfishers are also converging at this key irrigation site.

Rosie's Pan - live

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