Migration Monday Update – 25 July 2016
Migration Monday Update
It was all action at the Mara River’s main crossing point last week as the migratory herds came up against a few predator encounters. The week started off with an unsuspecting zebra falling prey to a Nile crocodile.
We also received reports of a lioness from the Paradise pride taking down a wildebeest just outside the main crossing point.
As we move into August, which is generally the best time to view the wildebeest migration crossings. If you’re heading to the Mara River, make sure you stay hydrated as is a hot and humid month as the dry season reaching its peak.
Thank you to HerdTracker for this week’s update!
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