Great Migration Live Update – 23 January 2017

By Asilia Africa News | 23 January 2017

Migration Monday Update
We received word that there are massive herds at Seronera – over 10,000 wildebeest and about 3000 zebra close to Lake Magadi. The herds are moving south though, with calving season yet to kick into gear as we approach February.
If you are planning a migration safari in Feb, you’d be happy to know that February is the easiest month to predict where the migration will be in the Serengeti.

The migration has been in and around Lakes Ndutu and Masek for the last 10 or 12 years. It might have varied by 10 or 20 kilometres, but without fail the wildebeest herds gather between Matiti Hill, Ndutu, Naabi Hill, the Goll kopjes to the east and Olduvai Gorge.

Thank you to HerdTracker for the update!

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