Live Migration Monday Update – 31 October 2016
Migration Monday Update
The herds are continuing their journey south, towards the Serengeti National Park. We received reports that the tail of the last tail of the migration, a few thousand wildebeests and zebras filled the Rongai short grass plains.
November is generally the month when the early rains begin to fall in the Serengeti National Park. If you’re planning a migration safari, then the south-eastern Masai Mara, combined with north-eastern Serengeti is where you need to be.
Thank you to HerdTracker for this week’s update!
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