Sep 2, 2015 | Namibia
| Doro Nawas Camp
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Climate and Landscape
June at Doro Nawas started out cold but turned really pleasant toward the end of the month.
One morning during a drive, the guides came upon an elephant bull that had been killed in a fight with another bull. The carcass was quite fresh so no scavengers had found the carcass yet. The area where the fight occurred was completely flattened.
It was a fantastic month for game and bird viewing with rhino, steenbok, giraffe, kudu, and elephant in their numbers. On the bird front, secretarybirds, ostrich, blacksmith lapwing and yellow-billed hornbill were just some of the species spotted.
A First Aid training course was well attended and everybody passed with flying colours.