Great Migration Live Update – 25 June 2018

By Asilia Africa News | 25 June 2018

Migration Monday Update

The first arrival of the wildebeest herds have been sighted at the Kirawira in the western Serengeti on their annual move to the north. However, some herds have taken the Togoro Plains towards the Lobo area route.

Image by Serengeti Nomad

The herds have arrived in the Mbalageti area!

Camp Manager André Velders witnessed the wildebeest migration in their thousands around the Mbalageti Safari Camp, western corridor.

Image by André Velders

Image by André Velders

The front end of the migration should reach the Mbalageti River by June. The tail end could still be at Lake Magadi or on the southern side of the Nyamuma and Simiti Hills. However, June marks the end of the rainy season.

Safari guide, Noel Akyoo captured the herds in the Mbalageti area, Western Serengeti during his afternoon game drive.

Safari guide Raphael Rotiken spotted the Loita migration in the Loita plains at Naboisho Conservancy.

Image by Raphael Rotiken

Image by Raphael Rotiken

Thank you to Herd Tracker for this week’s update!

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