africam-shows-schedule:-september-2021

The Africam Show (Tuesdays at 7 a.m. PT / 10 a.m. ET) – A special live Q&A session to catch up on the best weekly Africam moments. Viewers will have the opportunity to ask Rangers Phill Steffny and Russel Gerber questions on the Africam Shows Channel or on our YouTube chat roll.

Africam4Good Show (Thursdays at 7 a.m. PT / 10 a.m. ET) – Join ranger Russell Gerber and Phill Steffny for a weekly conversation about the conservation of African wildlife, and an overview of great moments from the live cams. Watch these special broadcasts on the Africam Shows Channel or on our YouTube channel.

  • Africam4Good Show: World Vulture Day (2nd September)

Phill and Russell talk about the vultures of Africam and the conservation efforts being made to protect vultures.

  • The Africam Show: (7th September)

Russell and Phill take us on a virtual safari with the live cameras and update us with highlights of animal characters.

  • Africam4Good: Bird Life: Flamingos (9th September)

Phill and Russell talk about flamingos, their habitat, and what their conservation status is.

  • The Africam Show: (14th September)

Russell and Phill take us on a virtual safari with the live cameras and update us with highlights of animal characters.

  • Africam4Good: Hippos (16th September)

Phill and Russell talk about hippos and the conservation efforts being made to protect them. During the broadcast, we’ll meet Jessica the hippo!

  • The Africam Show: (21st September)

Russell and Phill take us on a virtual safari with the live cameras and update us with highlights of animal characters.

  • Africam4Good: World Rhino Day (23rd September)

Phill and Russell talk about the rhinos of Africam and the conservation efforts being made to protect rhinos in celebration of World Rhino Day.

  • The Africam Show: (28th September)

Russell and Phill take us on a virtual safari with the live cameras and update us with highlights of animal characters.

  • Africam4Good: Collaring Wild Animals (30th September)

Phill and Russell talk about wild animals and collaring – why do we see them in the wild and what do they do?

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