Update from Kevin Mlay Naturalist
Safari guide Kevin Mlay Naturalist spotted the herds near the Naabi Hill gate, heading towards the Simba Kopjes.
Update from Adam Bannister
Mara River Update
“The Penninsula”, part of the river known – one of the main crossing points during the Great Migration. The first photo was taken on the (19 May 2019), and the second photo was taken during a wildebeest crossing last year (25 August 2018).
The worry…the level of the water. We are coming to an end of what is historically a wet period for the Maasai Mara region. There has been no seasonal rain this year and for a magnitude of reasons, the river is extremely low.
Update from George Tolchard
And so it begins…The migratory wildebeest migration was captured moving into the Grumeti Reserve, Tanzania. A large herd have arrived from the Eastern boundary, flooding the grassland adjacent to the Rokari.
Update from Grumeti Fund | NPO
The great herds finally arrived in the Grumeti Reserve over the weekend! Busy yet a fun season begins.
Update from Alex Walker’s Serian
The clouds have been building again, an isolated shower here and there. But sadly, big rain storms that are not normal at this time of the year in the Maasai Mara, Kenya.
Thank you to Herd Tracker for this week’s update!
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