Yellowwoods belongs to an ancient family of trees that does not produce flowers, but instead reproduces by means of male and female cones. These dissimilar cones are found on separate trees. Yellowwood fruit also feeds various species of bird, like the purple crested Turaco. Mammals, such as rock hyraxes and Samango monkeys also scale the tree to consume the fruit, while woodland dormice and crested guineafowl scavenge for the fruit on the ground.
At the top of the tree, birds of pray, like crowned eagles will construct their massive nests, while Chacma baboons often take refuse in yellowwoods’ branches for the night.
Halvani understands that if the leopard comes back, the fate of the whole region could change.
A patient and constant research on the trail of the leopard with suggestive Iranian desert landscapes, which reveals the deep love of Halvani for the nature that surrounds him.