Great Migration Live Update – 02 July 2018
Migration Monday Update
A large group of the wildebeest migration was captured one kilometre before the Nyasiroli, Grumeti bridge to the border of the Grumeti Reserve.
Credit: Karim Saadun
The wildebeest migration was spotted grazing along the Grumeti River in the Western Serengeti. However, a large number of herds have started crossing the Grumeti River along the Nyasirori Bridge heading into the Nyasirori Plains.
Every year, the herds visit this area in search of green grass and water along the Grumeti River. This is where the herds prepare for mating on their way to the northern Serengeti.
Credit: Serengeti Nomad
Safari guide Raymond witnessed the spectacular wildebeest migration at Nyasirori in the Western Serengeti.
Image by Raymond
Image by Raymond
It is safe to say that the great migration has arrived in the Singita Grumeti, with thousands pouring in each day.
A huge number of wildebeest was captured in the Grumeti Game Reserve, near the Sabora Lodge.
Image by Mark Nicholson
Thank you to Herd Tracker for this week’s update!
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