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Davison's Camp - May 2016

May 4, 2016  |   Davison's Camp

Climate and Landscape
The ordeal trees are starting to turn yellow and are slowly losing their leaves while the silver leaf terminalia are fading and turning grey in anticipation of the arrival of winter.

The rosewoods are a paradise for primates and hornbills as the fruits start to ripen. They are such beautiful fruits when they split, exposing the red seed like a predator’s eye.

Our ecological engineers, the elephants, are working hard at reviving long lost trails to the waterholes. Within the next few months they will be visible – all because the natural waterholes are drying fast and the artificial pans are starting to call the shots. Grass is still around in large quantities though a few places are affected by grazers like zebra...

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