Great Migration Live Update – 18 June 2018
Migration Monday Update
Safari guide, Ian Kiwelu spotted a big herd of the wildebeest crossing the Seronera River, around the Nyuma ya Nyumba area.
Beena Gossain witnessed the very first group of the migrants arriving in the Soroi area this morning as they were leaving the Serengeti Soroi.
The migration is spread out across the Seronera area in the Central Serengeti.
The Lemala Ewanjan Tented Camp is surrounded by hundreds of wildebeest together with a dozen zebra just a few metres in front of the camp.
Credit: Camp Manager, Ebenezer
Thank you to Herd Tracker for this week’s update!
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