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Savuti Camp - May 2015

Jul 5, 2015  |  Botswana  |  Linyanti  |  Savuti Camp

Climate and Landscape
Winter is creeping in and this month we recorded a minimum temperature of 8° Celsius at Savuti Camp, with a maximum temperature of 34°. All the leaves on the trees have started to change colour and have started to drop, opening up the bush. The cool nights have left the sky clear in the evenings, allowing for great star gazing.

The DumaTau female lions and their three juveniles were seen at Rock Pan on the south bank enjoying the sun with the Chobe Boys one morning. The Chobe Boys were seen the following day on the Phahuduhudu grassland feeding on a male warthog. The DumaTau females were then found close to the Dish Pan open area stalking kudu – though unfortunately for them the kudu managed to get away...

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