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Wildlife Blog/Videos

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Reknowned wildlife filmmaker Kim Wolhuter has a website where he posts daily blogs and videos from Zimbabwe in the Malilangwe private reserve.

Kim is known for his films, especially for National Geographic Society, such as 'Beauty and The Beasts', 'Stalking Leopards'(Filmed in Mala Mala and starring Tjololo) and 'Predators at War'.

"By subscribing to this channel and becoming part of the Wildcast community, all for free of course, you can be a part of Kim’s exciting daily adventures as he follows and films the animals, birds and magnificent landscapes that make up the cast and backdrop of his next motion picture"

You may post questions to Kim and he is more than happy to reply.

Some of you may remember, back in 2006, when Kim was filming Tjololo, he posted daily blogs on Africam.com and we were able to go with him on his nightly filming and he would post 30-second refresh shots live on the internet.

His Wildcast site is very informative and his narrative is at times very funny.

I am not affiliated with Kim or his site, but wanted to share this wonderful experience with others.

http://www.wildcast.net/

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