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Thursday, 10 October 2019

Year 11 Tree Tops Trip

Having just returned from the Year 11 Tree Tops camp
I can truly say that Zambia is blessed with incredible landscape. Let’s hope that these amazing reserves can be maintained and supported for generations into the future.

The students were busy with a variety of activities; identify ungulates (hooved animals) by their skulls and horns, identify ungulates and a vast variety of other mammals and birds in their natural habit, and conducting soil tests of giant termite mounds to identifying the various changes in soil composition which make them unique in supporting various other flora and fauna within the area.

We also spend an afternoon at the hippo pools and another on the Busanga plains. Both venues gave us an opportunity to view animals doing what they do… undisturbed by humans.

The students also had a go at preparing their own meals; breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as the clean up afterwards. They worked together wonderfully.

I’ll try to get a few pictures up on the ISL Facebook page asap.

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