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Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 23/03/2015
Migration Monday Update - 23 March 2015 Migration Monday: Dunia Camp in the Central Serengeti has said that there are herds of wildebeest scattered all around the Lobo area as well as near the Western Corridor. There are also many Elephant around especially at night, looking for water and even trying to get a drink from the guest’s bucket shower tanks!
Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 16/03/2015
Migration Monday Update - 16 March 2015 The herds are scattered all over the Greater Serengeti ecosystem, and we can see why in dry times, an unfenced area can absorb natures weather patterns and therefore the carrying capacity of unfenced areas are far higher than fenced areas.  
Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 16/03/2015
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Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 09/03/2015
Migration Monday Update - 09 March 2015 At Ubuntu Camp in the South of the Serengeti, the weather is sunny and it’s quite dusty at the moment. The wildebeest herds have moved towards the Central Serengeti and the group we saw last week with the albino calf has vanished too. 
Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 02/03/2015
Migration Monday Update - 02 March 2015 This week we have something special to share with you from the team at Ubuntu Camp in the South of the Serengeti. Even though there has not been any rain around the area there are still a few groups of wildebeest calving here and there. A very unique sighting; an albino wildebeest was born a few days ago! Unfortunately the group doesn't seem to like him and were trying to chase the both of them away…
Author: Akil Halai
Updated: 27/02/2015
Rubondo Island: Small Wonders Rubondo Island on Lake Victoria is not only fascinating for its Nile perch fishing, its introduced population of chimps or its beautiful birdlife. It has a wide range of smaller animals that you don’t see on a normal safari.
Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 23/02/2015
Migration Monday Update - 23 February 2015 This week’s update comes from the team at Ubuntu Camp; it hasn't rained in the Ndutu area for quite some time now. This makes the area quite dry and dusty. The Wildebeest Migration is therefore struggling to find water and is moving North West towards the Maswa, Ndutu and Kusini area. It’s still calving season and the Wildebeest continue to bring many new migration members into the world. There’s also a few wild dogs running around the camp too; it’s really great to see the Migration with predators closely chasing them around!
Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 16/02/2015
Migration Monday Update - 16 February 2015 This week's Migration Monday update comes straight from HerdTracker. “The herds are spread out thin throughout most of the southern plains deep into Maswa, and even a few up the eastern Serengeti and on to Lobo."
Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 09/02/2015
Migration Monday Update - 09 February 2015 Migration Monday – This spectacular aerial photo shows the movements of the Migration herds close to Olakira Camp. The photo was shared by our guests Angela & Volker, who enjoyed these stunning views during a hot air balloon ride.
Author: Asilia Africa
Updated: 02/02/2015
Migration Monday Update - 02 February 2015 Migration Monday – The start of February sees plenty of wildebeest giving birth around the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Besides many new born wildebeest walking around the plains this also means lots of predator sightings.
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