With our safaris showing up on more and more platforms, it is becoming increasingly difficult for our directors to keep track of all the questions that are being asked. Currently, we have one person dedicated in our control room to monitoring various YouTube channels, Facebook pages, Twitter, Twitch and the email for Kids. For this reason, we’ve been thinking about ways to make this easier for them without making it more difficult for viewers asking questions.
We believe we have found a solution for this by creating a question box that can be used for this. This question box will be added below the LIVE safari player on the wildearth.tv site but that is not the only place you can go to ask questions. The question box can also be used as a pop-out window that can be open when watching on e.g. YouTube or Facebook. Regardless of where you are watching our safaris, any questions asked using this box will show up in one place for the director in our control room to monitor.
For the time being, while we test this system and work out any possible kinks, our directors will also continue to monitor the usual locations. Over time we do aim to get to a point where this question box will be the main or only place to ask questions of our guides, but not now yet.
As is the case on other platforms you will need to be registered and logged in to be able to ask a question. Should you come to the question box without being logged in, there will be a link to guide you to the login or registration page.
We would ask that you give the new question box a try and to start using it as much as possible for sending through your questions. You can find the question box on the wildearth.tv website under the player on the LIVE safaris page.
We look forward to receiving your questions through this new option as well as to hearing your feedback and suggestions
Good to see young elephant 🐘 calves
Do you broadcast on Christmas Day ????
How old do elephants get?
Do rhino’s get ticks.. If so what kind??
Why do waterbuck have the white ring
Sabi sands Don’t you think you killing micro ecosystems while driving into the bush like that
It is very sad that Maasai Mara will be discontinued. We hope it will back sooner than we think
I’m new to Wildearth. So excited to be here
What is happening to James? Like his tongue and cheek humor and his tree climb this morning.
What happened to Manyari but more do Bahati and his young mom. Did they die?
Love your shows.
Where is James Henry going?
how oefen do you run across lions
Is it true that Hyenas are more feline than canine? #wildearth
Hi All .we find it such a privilege,to be enjoying the live broadcasts, you’re sharing with us ,
especially if we have never been to places such as, ,say,to Masai Mara .
But so so many people have never been to game parks ,ever ..
So thank you .
Of course ,we would love it to go on forever
Today in the drives one guide discribe how a Sicada make his noise and an other guide discribe a total other way hov the sound is created I am now confused
How is Jisiri
Which rhino has the biggest longest horn? Is there a difference?
This is awesome so much easier.
Your game drives have become a regular viewing slot in my house. My kids are still too little to type all their comments so I’ve had to be the mom guide and I’ve learnt So much from all your amazing guides. I now feel confident to answer their questions. Thanks.
Thank you Peter, makes it so much easier for us now.
Thank you Peter. It’s good of you to come up with something that may work. I am worried about losing the Twitter family where we keep the drives active and help grow the audience of WE viewers. We also answer questions from new viewers and keep people engaged. WE gets promoted to a wide audience on Twitter. We’re a family there taking and sharing screenshots. I’m not sure how this will help your Twitter family.
Why is their a bag of skin on the stomach
How many Buffalo do you think are their