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Davison's Camp - May 2017

May 24, 2017  |   Davison's Camp

Climate and Landscape
The vegetation is holding its own, with not much having changed yet as drizzle has confused the trees and the grasses which are still sporting patches of green here and there. The Mbiza Plains are holding some water too, attracting shallow feeders like red-billed teals, while the grass is green and attracting baboons which enjoy its rhizomes. The thatch grass rules with its golden colour and the elephants haven’t started breaking it yet because of the light rains which have kept it soft. With time all the natural pans will dry up and the animals will head to the pumped watering points. All but a few trees have been affected by the frost; what a contrast as the foliage from the red syringa trees starts to drop and...

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The Camera Thief

Oct 19, 2017 | Mombo Memories

After working for a couple of years in the bush I was fortunate to visit New York on one of my leave cycles. I had been saving up to buy a new camera and the timing was perfect to upgrade. I threw all my savings into a new rig and it was definitely my pride and joy. I found it difficult to sleep at night if I had not checked on my camera, dusted it from the day’s activities and knew exactly how many steps...

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