Great Migration Live Update – 26 March 2018

By Asilia Africa News | 26 March 2018

Migration Monday Update

The Loita migrationaredropping theirnewly-born calves in the Naboisho Conservancy and the Loita Plains!

Rekero Camp safari guide, Senchura Kaleku, reported, “The annual wildebeest migration might start late this year in Kenya due to the heavy rains that we’re now experiencing. The idea of the migration is primarily in search of pastures, so if the rain continues up until May, then the migration might start late in Kenya as they’llstill be enjoying the greenin the Serengeti.”

The rain has stopped and the herds are enjoying the lush green grass in the Naabi Gate Serengeti.

Photo credit: Ranger,Baraka Willium

A big number of the wildebeest and zebra were seenmigrating near the small marsh in the Ndutu area.

Photo credit:Dennis Minja

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

Want to join us and be a part of this annual migration? Get in touch with your trusted travel agent or make an enquiry with us below.

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