|Yellowwood Trail Signpost|
is a short walk through a small plantation of Podocarpus falcatus and Podocarpus henkelii trees and on into a patch of escarpment forest.
|Podocarpus falcatus plantation.|
The Podocarpus henkelii plantation provides excellent habitat for the Orange Ground Thrush and the Olive Thrush. Their dense canopy has created a clear forest floor.
|Clear forest floor under the Podocarpus henkelii trees.|
|Path into the patch of escarpment forest.|
In my experience, if you hear the Olive Woodpecker then you can expect to see a bird party associated with it. The bird parties here usually include the following birds:-
Black-fronted Bush-Shrike,Cape Batis, Blue-mantled Crested Flycatcher, Yellow-throated Woodland Warbler, Yellow-streaked Greenbul and Grey Cuckooshrike .