safariLIVE time change 15 March 2018

The call of the woodland kingfisher no longer rings through the wilderness as an iconic sound of summer in the lowveld. The sun arrives later each morning and departs earlier each day taking the light of summer with it. This means it’s time for a change to the safariLIVE broadcast schedule. As of 15 March 2018 the Sunrise Safari will be kicking off 30 minutes later and the Sunset Safari will be heading out 30 minutes earlier.

This is done to ensure you are always in the thick of the action when all your favourite animals are at their most active.

Please see the new safariLIVE drive times for your time zone below:

By | 2018-03-13T15:19:47+00:00 March 13th, 2018|safariLIVE, viewers|3 Comments

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  1. The Bruin March 15, 2018 at 1:05 pm - Reply

    Thank you to all the Wild Earth staff. This is the one program I never miss. Onboard everyday because there is nothing as cool as this on any platform. Thank you for teaching us how valuable and necessary all wildlife is. You also hire the best! Brient and Jaime are so cool. James is one of a kind and extremely intelligent. Tristen and Ali are so fun to watch and listen to. Scotty D has the best laugh of all. His chuckle makes the drive even more fun.
    I no longer comment much but you have the best, THE BEST, Mods going. Windy is kept super busy and very cool. Watchers like Snazzy who types in every word coming from the guides so people with hearing problems are able to follow along are super special people and if Wild Earth was not that cool it would not happen. You have guides like Byron who like all the guides has vast experience and wonderful tales of their adventures. So THANK YOU!!!!!!!! Please never ever quit. If you can reach one person and make them appreciate our wildlife you are a success. Peace to all! The Bruin

  2. Steve Elias March 29, 2018 at 3:43 pm - Reply

    All these sites like routers and just anything to do with his great you guys do a fantastic job thank you

  3. Steve Elias March 29, 2018 at 3:44 pm - Reply

    I’m sorry that when I posted this last comment it didn’t get exactly what I was saying what I meant is you guys are doing a fantastic job anywhere that has to do with wildlife in Africa thank you very much

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