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DumaTau Camp – January 2015

Mar 5, 2015  |  Botswana  |  Linyanti  |  DumaTau Camp

Climate and Landscape
January delivered typical summer weather – that is, hot days with thunderstorms in the afternoons and evenings. We received 87 mm of rain this month, adding nicely to the precipitation from December. The pans in the woodlands are full, creating wonderful micro-ecosystems of frogs, fish and birds. The minimum temperature recorded was 18° Celsius with a maximum of 36°. Sunsets at this time of year are spectacular with clouds adding incredible drama and texture to the sky. Watching the sun go down at DumaTau is a religion we are fully devoted to!



Wildlife
The summer safari season has provided us with some very special moments. The bush is lush and green and water is readily available for animals to utilise. Despite the...

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