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Little Vumbura – July 2015

Oct 13, 2015  |  

Climate and Landscape
August brought in some warm air to the Okavango Delta. Temperatures rose into the 30s during the day with clear blue skies and no rainfall was recorded. The seasonal floodplains are slowly drying up as we head into the driest period of the year. Jackalberry trees have been in full fruit providing many animals with date-like snacks. Sausage trees are also in flower and sable antelope are often found under the trees eating the sweet flowers.

Little Vumbura was rocking this month with truly fantastic game viewing. The Kubu Pride, our resident lion pride, has been doing very well. We saw them a couple of times hunting buffalo – which is unusual for them as they normally hunt mostly smaller game such as kudu,...

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