Video of African Wild Dogs

by Bob Shepardson
(DeBary, Florida, U.S.A.)

Painted dog

Painted dog

I previously posted photos of a super wild dog sighting that Sherry and I had in Kruger, this past March (2012). At the same time I took some short video clips, in between stills. This is my first video and is only a tad over 3 minutes long. The only audio is the sounds that were occurring as we shot the video and stills.


As I don't do facebook or you tube, the video is hosted on our web site. I know we should at least have a facebook account, but we don't so that's the end of the introduction. Hope you like it. I have some lions from Etosha that I'll put together next.

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Jun 23, 2012
what an experience!
by: Erin

I would love 5-minutes with a pack of wild dogs - you had 5 hours and I'm so jealous!!

Apr 25, 2012
Very nice video
by: Trevor

Very nice video - the one dog is very white compared to his mates.

Apr 25, 2012
really great
by: Kerry

Great post Bob, you and Sherry were very blessed to have such a great sighting and nearly all to your selves.

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