WE are super excited that we can finally relaunch our website. It’s something that we have been wanting to do for some time as the old [current] site has become highly unstable and nearly impossible to manage and maintain, as most of you know.

The existing website, with all its archives, will continue to be available at archive.member4.mystagingwebsite.com and [for a while] the chat will continue to work here. But this site is now totally unmanaged and WE really want everyone to move across to the new site at member4.mystagingwebsite.com, register there and start chatting there. In a little while we will be decommissioning the chat on the old site [as it cannot be supported] but aim to keep the archives running for as long as we can. When WE eventually cannot maintain these archives you will be able to still catch up on safariLIVE shows you have missed on YouTube.

You will also be able to continue watching safariLIVE at safarilive.member4.mystagingwebsite.com on YouTube and of course continue chatting there as well. Also, you can watch safariLIVE on Nat Geo at: wildsafarilive.com or http://www.nationalgeographic.com/video/safari-live/. Nat Geo have decided to remove the #safariLIVE Twitter widget but WE aim to add this back to member4.mystagingwebsite.com soon as well as ask Nat Geo to also bring this widget back. WE have heard you.

You will need to re-register on the new site. In other words your registration on the ‘old’ site will NOT work on the new site. If you have any difficulties please mail and one of the amazing admin team will help you out. You will also be able to register through a social login with your Facebook, Twitter, Google, Instagram or LinkedIn profiles.

WE are very proud of our new site which works on mobile devices as well as on desktops and while we understand that change is always difficult we ask that you work with us to make this change as painless as possible.

Thank you for all your support over the many years and WE look forward to connecting you to nature for many years to come … it’s in our nature.