Migration Monday Update – 11 January 2016

By Wandering Maasai | 11 January 2016

Migration Monday Update

Huge herds of wildebeest stretch from the Kusini Airstrip and are currently heading towards Ndutu.The herds will continue to move south towards their traditional birthing grounds of Ndutu for calving season in February – a period where the migratory animals give birth to their newborn calves.However, the herds will have to be on the lookout for predators such as lion, leopard and cheetah who will move into the area to feed off the vulnerable calves.

HerdTracker Tweet of the Week

. @AsiliaAfrica says the Loita herds are roaming freely in the Naboisho Conservancy. https://t.co/KqLE1YMDi8pic.twitter.com/xXjDWWDZyi

— HerdTracker (@HerdTracker) January 5, 2016

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