Great Migration Live Update – 27 February 2017

By Asilia Africa News | 27 February 2017

Migration Monday Update
Calving season might be going slower due to the lack of rain in the Serengeti, but in Kenya’s Olare Motorogi Conservancy, the rain over there has seen the Loita herds finally giving birth.

There have been some big rains in Olare Motorogi, with the area receiving around 50 mm in one day. Many of the migrant birds have arrived including bee-eaters, harriers, steppe eagles and storks.

Traditionally, March can be fairly wet. Grasslands are lush and green, providing much-needed sustenance to the large wildebeest herds.

Thank you to HerdTracker for the update!

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