Great Migration Live Update – 16 March 2020
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Update from Governor’s Camp:
The resident Loita wildebeest are spread out in thenortheast conservanciesand no longer extend to the Loita Hills. The grass levels arepalatable for the young calves in the northeast conservancies.
There are no signs of theSerengeti wildebeestyet (still early days). They are more than likely still moving through theSerengeti, Naabi Hill and Maswa areas. The entire ecosystem has been regenerated to quite an extent due to heavy rainfalls from November 2019 until mid-February 2020.
Image by Raphael Rotiken
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