Migration Monday Update – 15 February 2016
Migration Monday Update
Ndutu is full of pregnant wildebeest ready to give birth. The masses are spread out between Naabi and Ndutu.
February is generally the easiest month to predict where the migration will be in the Serengeti. The migration has been in and around Lakes Ndutu and Masek for the last decade and a half. Make sure you head down toOlakira Camp | Asilia Africa if you want the best chance of witnessing the birth of a newborn wildebeest calf. Thank you to HerdTracker for this week’s update!
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