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Davison's Camp - October 2016

Oct 20, 2016  |   Davison's Camp

Climate and Landscape
The area is still very dry, and resilience is seen in just a few species of trees standing precarioulsy on the burnt and dry landscape which is trying to recover. Shoots from the burnt grasses are wilting while new leaves and branches are browsed and grazed on before they can grow. Everything is struggling to hold on to life. Behind the camp, the only place which was not burnt now shows the trails of buffalo coming to drink. They are so smart that they use the same trails, probably to protect the dry grass that is left. Mother Nature is amazing.

The swimming pool is now the most popular meeting place during siestas. Most of our guests seem to spend their time reading and then diving into the water to cool...

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