Great Migration Live Update – 10 April 2017

By Asilia Africa News | 10 April 2017

Migration Monday Update
The herds are still in and around Lake Ndutu. If you’re planning a migration safari, it’s the best place to be at this moment in time. April is one of the most consistent times to see the herds. This is when they slowly get going as the newborn calves and foals get mobile.
Don’t be scared of the long rains in April. It rains mostly in the evening and days are generally clear.
The main effect of the rains, is that the plains will be wet, and the black cotton soil slippery. If you can deal with the rain and slippery roads, you’ll be rewarded with excellent sightings.
Thank you to HerdTracker for the update!

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