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Re: Field recording in Tanzania

Subject: Re: Field recording in Tanzania
From: "Christine Hass" pizote2
Date: Sun Jun 26, 2011 1:10 pm ((PDT))
Hi Daan,

I was in Tanzania in January 2010 for a more-or-less canned safari.  We
booked through Roy's safaris, LTD, which was very accommodating and
well-priced.  We were not there to record, although I wish we had been!
  The bush is remarkably quiet compared to most places I've been, except
for wildlife sounds.  I will never forget going to sleep listening to
lions roaring.

Roy's was very willing to customize safaris according to customers
desires.  We also saw a number of other safari vehicles with only one
person (besides the driver), so that's not unusual.  We visited several
national parks, including Ngorongoro and Serengeti, as well as spending
a day with the Hadzabe bushmen.

I hope you get to go, and I look forward to hearing your recordings.  If
possible, you might want to push your holiday back to January or
February - that's between rainy seasons and the middle of the wildebeest
migration.  If you would like any more details, don't hesitate to
contact me.


Christine Hass, Ph.D.
Field biologist

"While a picture is worth a thousand words, a
sound is worth a thousand pictures." R. Murray Schafer via Bernie Krause.

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