Sunday, June 28, 2009

What else is out there at night besides hyenas?

Here are a few photos from our Shompole camera traps to give you an idea of the diversity of life-forms wandering around there at night. See if you can identify all these animals. I'll post answers in my next blog entry.


Anonymous said...

Oh, lets see..
Black-Backed Jackal
Crested Porcupine
African Lion

That sound about right?

Kay Holekamp said...

Yep, that's right. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the night pix --- it's very interesting to be able to see what goes "bump in the night" in the Mara, and to be able to observe what we're naturally not supposed to be able to watch.

M. Curren

Mike Favazza said...

Hi, Kay.

It's Mike from Ranken Jordan...

Very interesting with the camera traps.

Sorry we couldn't work out anything earlier. If I can somehow manage to pay my own way to get to the Mara--in the next six to 12 months-- is there room for me and my camera for a two-week documentary effort?

(We just won a national award for our Galapagos Islands fundraising video for the St.Louis zoo and UMSL...)

I promise I won't bother you again, if you're not interested...!!

Keep up the good work...

Mike Favazza

Michigan State University | College of Natural Science