Great Migration Live Update – 19 February 2018
Migration Monday Update
This week’s update comes from HerdTracker, we have reports from Ranger Safaris saying that migratory herds are spread out between Gol Kopjes and Naabi Hillfrom the Hidden Valley in the Ndutu area. There are large herds of the wildebeest and zebra have been sighted in the Ndutu Woodlands, crossing the Lake Ndutu.
Safari guide Baraka Willium, watcheda stampede bya large herd of wildebeest and zebracoming from the direction of the Ndutu area towards the Moru Kopjes.
Olakira Camp guide, Mwinshehe Yustus Mangwangi, has the following to report on: As the dry season approaches, the south Serengeti’s (Ndutu area) landscape becomesmore arid.
The wildebeest herds begins moving faster in search of water and greener grass, making their way across the southwest Serengeti (Maswa Game Reserve and Serengeti moru Kopjes).
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