Great Migration Live Update – 12 February 2018

By Asilia Africa News | 12 February 2018

Migration Monday Update

Nomad Tanzania have reported herds ofwildebeest and zebra that have been seen moving south towards the Naibadad Hill and towards the western side of Kusini. A few groups are still roaming in the woodlands from the OsinoniGalley. Meanwhile, the femalewildebeestare still dropping their calves.

Photo credits go to Nomad Tanzania

According toRanger Safaris, herds of the migration are scattered all around the south of the Twin Hill area in the Ndutu. The herds have also started calving.

Twin Hill is home to huge female herds of wildebeest during the green season because the area is so lush and green. However, the herds are desperatelylooking for water.Part of the wildebeest migration has been spotted coming from the eastNdutu woodland forwater and posture.

This is the crossing of Lake Ndutu towards the south of the Makao areas.

Photo credits go to Ranger,Firozdin Rafiq

Thank you to HerdTracker for this week’s update.

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