Snapshot Serengeti Talk

Who is everyone?

  • Jaqqson by Jaqqson

    Thought it might be nice to get an idea of who everyone is! I imagine that we have a huge variety of people from all around the world involved in this project, so it would be great to hear a bit about who is out there too.

    I'm 24 and from the UK. I work as a science technician in a secondary school, but have an MSc. in Forensic Science. Always had a love of animals and nature but never had a chance to visit africa, so this is a great second-best for me! I've not been doing this very long but I like to think i'm already pretty good at identifying species that I previously may not have known existed, and its been great to get some of our students involved and identifying animals too! πŸ˜ƒ


  • davidbygott by davidbygott moderator

    Hi Jaqqson and everybody, thanks for kicking off this thread, which I have Featured so it's easy to find.

    I'm originally from UK too but first went to Tanzania as a fresh young Zoology graduate in '69 to work on the Gombe chimp project for 2 years. During those years I visited Serengeti NP and vowed to return, and in '74 got the chance to continue the Lion Project for 4 years, working in SNP and also Ngorongoro Crater. I have probably been back to SNP every year since then, for last 7 years as a safari leader with National Geographic Expeditions.

    When I'm home (now Tucson, USA) I explore the fascinating and diverse wildlife of the Sonoran Desert, with a particular interest in birds. I get my Africa fix by moderating on Snapshot Serengeti and Wildcam Gorongosa. I can assure you that these photos show you a side of Serengeti that most tourists - confined to cars, roads and daylight - never get to see; particularly the night activity and the extreme close-ups!


  • tillydad by tillydad moderator in response to Jaqqson's comment.

    Hi there Jaqqson,

    I, too, am from the UK . I now live in God's own country of Yorkshire but I am originally from Berkshire .

    I am 54 and I am a moderator on here and on the Gorongosa project .

    I have visited Africa on many occasions, travelling extensively in East Africa and also seeing a few other countries there . I am not a scientist but do have an abiding love of African wildlife and have, over the years, built up a fairly good knowledge of the animals and birds of Africa . I like to volunteer on zooniverse as a citizen scientist as it enables me to learn more and to hopefully try to help others on here . It also means that these fantastic projects get some input from me that, combined with everyone else on here, will add to the understanding and long term preservation of areas such as Serengeti and Gorongosa .

    I have a few health issues that prevent me from working and so involvement on projects such as this one helps me to maintain some degree of sanity . I enjoy the contact with like-minded people from across the globe .

    The Serengeti and Gorongosa images are outstanding and I have learnt so much just by studying these images .

    Another fantastic aspect of these projects is that everyone is polite and respects others . i try to help answer questions as best as I can .

    Keep up the good work !! πŸ˜ƒ


  • maricksu by maricksu moderator

    Hi Jaqqson and everybody, and thanks for starting this chat.

    I am 51, female, born and living in Finland. Always been interested in animals and nature. When younger, I studied biology at university a few years and loved it, but had to move to working-life before completing my studies. I worked with horses many years, nowadays I work in an industrial manufacturing plant.

    I have a little experience of African wildlife but still only a beginner in this endless, fascinating road of learning.

    My deep love for African wildlife began about seven years ago when had my first safari. I’ve been in six safaris. Once in South Africa and Kenya, four times in North Tanzania. I fell completely in love with Tanzania, where Serengeti ecosystem is unique in so many ways.

    I have tried to learn through various books about its nature, animals, birds, history and conservation. Also O. Marttila, leader of those Tanzania safaris I have joined, has taught a lot.

    I found this great Serengeti Snapshot project site this season and I am very happy for that. It has already given me so much and I am amazed what all we have seen in here. All those wonderful animals, night activity with animals almost impossible to see in normal safari, animal behaviour which is one of my favorites an so on.
    This ID is so captivating, challenging in a good way, and we really can learn a lot while doing this. Every image has its own story behind it and I always try to imagine it in my mind.

    The significance of this long-term project is huge in giving information and increasing understanding.
    I am grateful for having this chance as civilian to be part of this important and valuable project with all you wonderful people ! πŸ˜ƒ


  • davidbygott by davidbygott moderator in response to maricksu's comment.

    That's great that you travelled with Olli Marttila! I have met him there and we correspond occasionally. A very interesting and knowledgeable man.


  • maricksu by maricksu moderator in response to davidbygott's comment.

    Thank you David! I agree, great man. I am going to his safari In November again πŸ˜ƒ


  • bigcatlover by bigcatlover

    49, female, southern California. I volunteer at a wild cat breeding zoo. Been to Africa several times, twice Tanzania, mostly South Africa. Planning another self-drive to Kgalagadi and Kruger for 2017!


  • cheetahtrout by cheetahtrout

    Hello everybody!
    I'm a 30 year old female from Germany. I originally had started to study biology but had to drop out four semesters in due to a lack of money.
    So instead I made a schooling and now am the drafter of a nice little company, where I draw blueprints of machinery.
    I didnt get to Africa myself yet, since its a little difficult to get anywhere outside the country without the money needed.
    But it might still happen sometime in the future.
    When I am not trying to identify wildlife, I draw.


  • kirbecker by kirbecker

    Hi there! 42 year old female living in Los Angeles, but originally from Baltimore, MD. I've always had a love for animals. For many years I wanted to be a primatologist and follow in the footsteps of Goodall or Galdikas. I took a different research path with a degree in Public Health and now oversee data collection on a number of research projects on topics of homelessness, substance use, and access to health care.

    I had the opportunity to spend the summer of '92 when I was 18 in Kenya and Tanzania and visited Ngorogoro, Tsavo, and the Serengeti. Then a couple of years ago a friend and I went on safari in Botswana - Chobe and the Okavango Delta. There is nothing like safari. It is special and life changing.

    I have become rapidly addicted to snapshotserengeti after an old friend posted about it on Facebook. I just can't wait to see what each new capture will bring. I also love you experts weighing in and either correcting or confirming our guesses. Thanks!


  • Catrine by Catrine

    Hi guys, I'm a secondary school geog teacher with a passion for animals. Love helping with this it's addictive lol Catrine


  • tillydad by tillydad moderator in response to Catrine's comment.

    It is addictive, @Catrine - way too addictive ! LOL πŸ˜ƒ


  • Bunky by Bunky

    I am a 46 year old female, substitute teacher. My parents have traveled to Africa several times and torture me with the pics. I have a degree in Biology and I love animals, particularly birds. I hope to one day travel more extensively and add to my life list. In the meantime, I sit on my computer looking at penguins and the Serengeti to help science. That's right, science. It's not because of the pretty pictures, animals and all that. It is definitely the , teehee. Thank you moderators for helping with identification of the birds and random animal parts that peek into the camera.


  • MessierComet by MessierComet

    I'm a teenager studying for advanced biology. Got into doing this, and it's addicting! Never been to Africa, would love to go though!


  • mirrordrum by mirrordrum

    thanks, Jaqqson. i'm a 72-year-old woman living in Knoxville, TN, USA, but originally from California. i'm variously impaired, including some visual impairments, so this is a great and wonderful challenge. like the elephant's child of Kipling, i have "'satiable curtiosity' and this allows me to indulge my endless nosiness. it also creates the illusion that i'm contributing to the world while having fun and challenging my body parts.

    i also do Penguinwatch and am hoping to find other Zooniverse projects not too taxing to the eyes.

    i love this old world so and feel privileged to help capture these snapshots of the biosphere as it is now.

    extreme respect for the people who created, moderate and maintain this site. what a blessing.

    thanks, ellie


  • Jaxama by Jaxama

    I'm a 32 year old woman from southern Ontario, Canada. near Toronto. I've always wanted to go to Africa, ever since i watched the movie cheetah but never have. though im trying to work out the funds for a trip. I work as a drafter for a large construction company. I do this project, the Gorongosa, and the computer vision one labeling past snapshots. I tried the Australia one but it was kind of hard.

    this has become addictive and I share my pictures on facebook. doing that got someone else doing this too.

    this is a great project and I'm happy to help out.

    my fave animal is a hyenas.


  • diedelinde by diedelinde

    Hi all, I'm a 41 year old woman from Brugge, Belgium. I think it's great to be able to help and enjoy at the same time. Always so exciting when you find a lion or aardwolf after many a zebra, wildebeest and gazelle. When a season has been classified completely I fall into a black hole πŸ˜ƒ I've been to Africa a few times and Snapshot Serengeti makes me relive the African experiences which is really nice. Thank you everyone who makes this project work! It's a gem.


  • BHamer by BHamer

    Hey, cool thread. I'm a very-nearly-50-year-old American guy, originally from Ohio but now in Texas. My educational background was environmental science and biochemistry, which led me into a career in environmental consulting. I originally did hazardous waste management- I'm a huge chemistry nerd- but over time and a couple of job changes, I now mainly do projects related to natural resources management, impact studies, and that sort of thing. Occasionally I get to help out with wildlife surveys, most recently looking for birds and bats under a bunch of bridges the state Department of Transportation wants to replace. Probably the coolest project I ever got to do was surveying for bald eagles on a military installation in New Mexico. I also got to do surveys for an endangered species of prairie dog on the same installation and learned a great deal about desert ecology.

    The real draw for me with Snapshot Serengeti and Wildcam Gorongosa is participating in actual scientific research. I do enjoy wildlife, although I will confess that as far as different types of animals go, the large mammals are sort of middle-of-the-pack for me in terms of interest level. (If Zooniverse ever offers a herpetology project, though, I may as well just quit my job. Love the herps!) After spending a great deal of time with both projects (and some others as well), however, work and life have both gotten very busy in recent times, so I'm only checking in and participating sporadically. I'm hoping to be back around more soon.


  • Perlo121 by Perlo121

    I'm a 61 year old British retired librarian living in Tokyo. I've lived in several countries, and travelled to many more. I love animals and science and this project is perfect for me as I have time on my hands! I do get slightly frustrated with the lack of an "unidentified animal present", but otherwise love doing this activity. And yes, it is addictive, once you have seen your first big cats!


  • Amelievb by Amelievb

    Hullo all! I'm the other 42 year old woman originally from Baltimore, MD, USA, but now live near Boston. In the time between, I've been lucky to live, work and play in parts of central, southern and eastern Africa -- though there was never enough time on safari, unfortunately! Love this desktop window into this amazing and special part of the world. What a bonus to think my procrastination and enjoyment may help with saving species or protecting the Serengeti itself.

    Special thanks to the experts for all of their patience, advice and identifications!


  • lorettaf42 by lorettaf42

    Hi, I'm a 74 y.o. retiree living in Massachusetts who loves watching and photographing wildlife. I've traveled 7 times to South Africa, visiting Kruger and a few other reserves. However, most of my time has been spent in the Kalahari observing my beloved meerkats. This year I'm going on a three week safari with 5 others. We'll be doing a bit of Namibia and Botswana.

    My dream is to get to see a great migration.

    As others have said, doing these identifications is addictive!!


  • rcooley001 by rcooley001

    Hi, I am from the US but did my Masters in Primate Conservation in the UK and my field work in Cameroon on Cross River Gorilla's. I love having the ability to be involved with various Zooniverse projects!


  • Jeri by Jeri

    Hi all, I'm a 61 year old IT and statistics specialist who has lived in many places in the world. I'm currently living in the UK, but am an American originally from New York. I've been involved with Zooniverse for several years now, mainly working on the space projects (Planet Hunters, Galaxy Zoo) and have also done work on Old Weather - it's the stats passion in me. I don't have a lot of time available, but completely support the concept of distributed research & citizen science.


  • TheMorrigan by TheMorrigan

    Hey folks, I'm a 28 year old with a B.A. in English. I'm Canadian and currently employed by Disney. I've loved animals since I was little and fell in love with Africa went I spent time working in Zambia in 2007.


  • klallman by klallman

    Great thread for a great project!

    I'm a 54 year old woman from San Francisco, recently retired from a clinical research and quality assurance career in the biotech/pharmaceutical industry, and fooling around for a couple of years until I decide on my next career.

    I've been addicted to Snapshot Serengeti for the last 6 seasons, and love that some of my hours of "fooling around" have contributed to scientific research and conservation.

    Much love to the moderators, the University of Minnesota Lion Project crew and the Zooniverse for all you do!


  • rachel8813 by rachel8813

    Hi everyone! I'm a biochemist now a professor of Biology at a teaching-heavy institution. I've been classifying for a few years here but this fall I am super excited to get my students involved! If the moderator or any investigators on Snapshot Serengeti could let me know how many images are still available it would help me out. I'd love for them to work on this project but it's 100 students and if we are almost out of images then I'll start them on a new project that's in Zooniverse. LOVE THIS.



  • maricksu by maricksu moderator in response to rachel8813's comment.

    Hi rachel8813!
    Welcome to the site with your students! I started a new Chat for you about this season info, please see it from there πŸ˜ƒ


  • michele.mks by michele.mks

    Note on the latest group of pictures: I really miss the motion effect. I may be missing distance animals because I can't see the "dots" move. I've been classifying since SS started and have really enjoyed it.


  • maricksu by maricksu moderator in response to michele.mks's comment.

    Hi michele.mks! Welcome to this season, that we have just started! I started a new Chat for you about season info, please see it from there πŸ˜ƒ


  • lkrishnan by lkrishnan

    Hi everyone, I am 34, female, live and work in Italy in the intl. development sector but from India. I have a passion for all things wildlife conservation (even went to the forestry school to combine human development + conservation) - that didn't pan out. So exercise my passion by helping out in these ways.
    I have been to plenty of Tiger Reserves in India multiple times, but only been in East Africa once. Was addicted to Big Cat Diary as a young adult πŸ˜ƒ - so hope to go back and see more of the East African plains.
    ps: I agree this is addictive. It combines my passion for wildlife, puzzles, and science πŸ˜ƒ


  • zoogirl1 by zoogirl1

    Hi everyone. 56, female, living in NY. Degree in biology. Love animals. Life got in the way but said when I could i would work at least in a zoo. Currently a very long-time volunteer with the Aquatic Bird House at the Bronx Zoo. Also a volunteer at a wildlife rehab facility which mostly has birds of prey. Would much prefer to deal with the mammals but there are too many safety concerns for them to allow volunteers.

    Africa is on my list of places to go. Just need the time. Currently also involved with the Zooniverse project "Chimp and See". Looking for chimpanzees. Very interesting and I learn a lot from these projects.


  • Wanczura by Wanczura

    I'm Canadian, recently got a BSC in physical geography, but I've always loved animals - so much so that I didn't want to have to chop them up in the lab, hence the study of land and water interactions with biota, etc. I would still like to study animals in the wild somehow. Even if it ends up being microbiota in a limnology context... or anything, really.

    I'm just reading the new book Serengeti Rules and it got me back into this project here. Also recently started playing Scrabble and some of these unknown animals come up as words. I love the topi and the wildebeest. They capture my imagination visually. Would love to actually experience the Serengeti, or the Amazon, but will probably have to start with "Serengeti of the USA - Yellowstone." (As it's called in the aforementioned book.)


  • tillydad by tillydad moderator in response to Wanczura's comment.

    Welcome back πŸ˜ƒ


  • rcooley001 by rcooley001

    Hi, I live in the Bay Area, CA, but did my masters in Oxford UK in Primate Conservation, I did an education project about Cross River Gorillas in Cameroon, and spent some time in Costa Rica following around Capuchin monkeys. I love seeing all the different species in this project!


  • davidbygott by davidbygott moderator in response to rcooley001's comment.

    Welcome back!


  • babas by babas

    Hiya, I'm an American living in the UK. I'm 55, married, and repair electronics on military aircraft. I'm always watching animal and nature programs on television. Even now I'm watching National Geographic's Little Giants on elephants. I'm calling off all the animals I've come to recognize via Snapshot Serengeti. ο˜„


  • tillydad by tillydad moderator in response to babas's comment.

    This project has that effect - cannot watch anything now without scanning the screen for hidden gems ! πŸ˜ƒ


  • michele.mks by michele.mks

    Greetings! Just found this chat. I'm a 68 y/o ex-emergency physician with a love of all things animal. I teach paramedics now, and when my mind starts to stutter while I'm grading papers or preparing lessons, I turn to SS to clear my mind. So much fun to find and identify the denizens of the Serengeti. I just wish the photos in this last batch were clearer and had the 3-shot motion effect. It would be so much more efficient.


  • maricksu by maricksu moderator in response to michele.mks's comment.

    Hi michele.mks! Really great to hear that you enjoy this project and find this fun and rewarding.

    This season some of the cameras were set so remote places that researchers were able to go to those places only every 3-4 months to check them, so they chose 1-shot photos mostly as a measure to save storage space on the camera. I am sure, the researchers are very grateful and happy for all our feedback. It is really good and useful that they hear from us (I agree with you completely) that we find 3-shot photos with motion effect very helpful when classifying πŸ˜ƒ


  • davidbygott by davidbygott moderator in response to michele.mks's comment.

    Welcome back michele.mks!


  • Geoeast by Geoeast

    Hi, I'm 39, Engineering Geologist in UK, with a lifetime love of nature and the natural world. Planet Earth with Sir David Attenborough was one of my childhood favourites, and still is !!

    Glad i'm able to help with the cataloguing of all these fabulous photos. Once our boys are older we plan on visiting the Serengeti for real.


  • maricksu by maricksu moderator in response to Geoeast's comment.

    Hi Geoeast, welcome to help with this great project and to enjoy the Serengeti with us!

    You have great plan for the future, absolutely wonderful place πŸ˜ƒ


  • rebeccaallen by rebeccaallen

    Hi Everyone, I am Rebecca. I am 51 based in Oxford, UK and I am now completely addicted to snapshot Serengeti! I was lucky enough to visit Serengeti in 1994 and would love to go back. I completed a zoology degree may moons ago so it's great to get some rusty skills back into action. Thank you moderators for all helpful comments and patience!


  • maricksu by maricksu moderator in response to rebeccaallen's comment.

    Hi Rebecca, welcome to help with this great project and to enjoy the wonderful nature and animals of Serengeti! πŸ˜ƒ


  • tillydad by tillydad moderator in response to rebeccaallen's comment.

    Welcome to the site Rebecca but be warned that it is addictive, especially when we shall shortly have an entire new season to classify . Thanks for your input πŸ˜ƒ


  • Jshollyer by Jshollyer

    Hi, I'm Justine, based in London, UK. Never been to the Serengeti (yet) but have spent holidays volunteering in the Naankuse Wildlife Sanctuary in Namibia and have looked through thousands of camera trap imagesas part of their research. After too long in insurance doing statistical modelling, I now volunteer analysing data on a part time basis for Animal Defenders International, who do sterling work, and currently focusing on releasing circus animals into sanctuaries and campaigning globally to ban wild animals in circuses. I'm sure the lions were smiling when they felt grass under their paws for the first time rather than a cage.


  • tillydad by tillydad moderator in response to Jshollyer's comment.

    Hi Justine,
    Welcome to Snapshot Serengeti . We are in a bit of a hiatus at present whilst we wait for the next set of images to be uploaded . When they are you will find this site, and these pages, a lot busier than they now are !!
    If you have some spare time you could join us over at Wildcam Gorongosa where we are currently trying to finish the first season of images from this project .
    Once again, welcome and we look forward to receiving your input - it really makes a difference πŸ˜ƒ


  • jeanpaulm by jeanpaulm

    Hi everybody,
    I'm Jean-Paul, living in the neighbourhood of Brussels,Belgium.No studies in biology or zoology , but i love animals since i was young Through the years (i'm 63 now) it extended my
    knowledge about them. I'm very happy that i can help this project by that way.


  • tillydad by tillydad moderator in response to jeanpaulm's comment.

    Hi Jean-Paul and welcome to the site . We have a new season to classify and we will all hopefully get some great images to ID and to discuss . Thanks for your help, it really does make a contribution to our understanding of the natural world πŸ˜ƒ


  • parsfan by parsfan

    Hi everyone
    As some of you know, I'm Dave, 56yo living in Edinburgh. I am an osteologist, looking at bones from archaeological sites; mostly human bones, but also faunal in the past. I have been doing snapshot serengeti classifying since season 1 and after over 70 thousand pictures of waving grass and close-ups of wildebeest's sides I have yet to record a zorilla. πŸ˜‰


  • tillydad by tillydad moderator in response to parsfan's comment.

    Fingers crossed, Dave - here's hoping that you soon record a zorilla !! You deserve it after 70K classifications πŸ˜ƒ


  • maricksu by maricksu moderator in response to parsfan's comment.

    Hi Dave, absolutely great that you have been doing snapshot serengeti since season 1, lots of experience and images classified. Hopefully you have wonderful time also this season 10 and record also a zorilla. This season has already been very promising with many rare findings πŸ˜ƒ


  • davidbygott by davidbygott moderator in response to parsfan's comment.

    Well done Dave and thanks for sticking with us!
    I think zorillas are mythical...after living 4 years in Serengeti and visiting during another 40 years, I haven't seen any either, except maybe one or two squashed on roads πŸ˜ƒ


  • parsfan by parsfan in response to davidbygott's comment.

    I thought I saw one last year in the Scottish Highlands, but it turned out it was only Nessie....


  • tillydad by tillydad moderator in response to parsfan's comment.

    Sightings of Nessie outstrip sightings of zorillas on here !! LOL πŸ˜ƒ


  • Sydneysider01 by Sydneysider01

    Hi I'm 53, originally from the UK, now living in Sydney, Australia for the last 20 years. I've went on a safari in Kenya 30 years ago and then for 2 weeks in Botswana in 2011 as part of a round-the-world trip. I have a technical background and my day job is working in one of the big IT companies here in Sydney; I really do not need anymore screen time! However, I get sucked in by never knowing what the next image will bring; a unique, rare shot or yet more wildebeest, zebras or buffalo! πŸ˜ƒ I'm also enjoying some of the more challenging identifications, but probably getting as many wrong as right at this stage.... A shout-out to the moderators who assist with identification to help build skills for the next tricky one.


  • maricksu by maricksu moderator in response to Sydneysider01's comment.

    Hi Sydneysider01, wonderful to hear that you enjoy Snapshot Serengeti. We are really grateful for your valuable contribution to this great project. Yes, it is extremely intriguing that never know, what will be found in the next image and we all learn more through every image about this amazing nature πŸ˜ƒ


  • Armi21 by Armi21

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    In case you’re board go to this link. It’s one of the best animal cams.


  • maricksu by maricksu moderator in response to Armi21's comment.

    Hi Armi21,

    Big welcome to Snapshot Serengeti to help with this great project, and to enjoy the nature and animals of the Serengeti!

    And thank you also for this wonderful tip! πŸ˜ƒ


  • inaspin by inaspin

    Hello all - came late to this thread, but I'm female, also retired. I'm here as a change from the garden and spinning and weaving yarns. Home is Australia but I'm originally from the UK. Totally addicted to Serengeti, but dabble elsewhere too.


  • maricksu by maricksu moderator in response to inaspin's comment.

    Hi inaspin,

    Absolutely great that you enjoy Snapshot Serengeti. Welcome to season 10, we are very grateful for your valuable help!
    Hopefully you have wonderful time with us and the addictive, beautiful nature and animals of the Serengeti! πŸ˜ƒ


  • bob63 by bob63

    Hi everyone, I'm female, 54, living in Germany. I'm new to zoology, though I have always been interested in nature. Thanks to the wonderfully quick and kind and knowledgable replies I get from the moderators whenever I post a new doubt, I'm learning a lot. (special thanks to Maricksu, who seems to be always there,) I'm a physician and I enjoy this so much for a change after work, I'm getting quite addicted. Knowing you're even beeing useful in some tiny way makes it even harder to stop. Thanks to everyone who is making this possible! Also to the IT guys, the site is very well done.


  • maricksu by maricksu moderator in response to bob63's comment.

    Hi bob63, and big welcome, wonderful that you have joined us to help in this great Snapshot Serengeti project!

    Thank you so much for your very kind feedback to all. Absolutely lovely to hear that you enjoy doing this and find this so rewarding, and yes, this is highly addictive. Many here have been participating this for years. And we all together make this possible and make absolutely valuable contribution to help the researchers in this very important long-term project, and to the future of this wonderful nature πŸ˜ƒ


  • bj2860 by bj2860

    Hi all. 68 yr old female computer programmer living in Alabama USA. Also retired Air Force Member. Love classifying these animals!! Can't wait for the next one to start.


  • maricksu by maricksu moderator in response to bj2860's comment.

    Hi bj2860, and big welcome to Snapshot Serengeti!

    Wonderful to hear that you love classifying and enjoy the animals and beauty of the Serengeti. We are very grateful for your help to this great project πŸ˜ƒ



    Hi! I'm Debbie. I was a Peace Corps volunteer in Tanzania 1981-3 and was lucky enough to visit the Serengeti during my time there. I've always loved wildlife so the Seregenti was a special treat!


  • maricksu by maricksu moderator in response to DEBGUILD's comment.

    Hi Debbie, and big welcome to Snapshot Serengeti!

    Lovely to hear that you have visited the Serengeti. Here you have a wonderful chance to see the Serengeti nature and animals again.
    Absolutely great, that you have joined us to help with this very interesting and important longterm project.

    This is actually our last day in our current site.
    We will start our next Snapshot Serengeti season 11 on the new platform Snapshot Safari, on the 6th Februari.

    More info in here

    See you soon there πŸ˜ƒ