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14 Feb 2018 HerdTracker Update:

There's a large concentration of herbivores in the Ol Kinyei Conservancy.

This is also the time of the year when the Loita wildebeest calves are born. Read more: http://bit.ly/2mbLw3p

Credit: Porini Cheetah Camp Manager, Nirmalya Banerjee

#GamewatchersSafaris&PoriniCamps #LoitaMigration #Kenya #OnSafari
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09 Jan 2018 HerdTracker Update:

The first arrival of the wildebeest have been sighted at the Lake Masek. The image was captured three days ago when the rain started in the Ndutu area.

View map: https://www.discoverafrica.com/herdtracker/

Note: Lake Masek is the lake in the Ndutu area.

Credit: Sidai Africa Safaris owner, Emanuel Melubo Mamasita
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05 Jan 2018 HerdTracker Update:

Wildebeest sightings in the Ndutu area.

View map: https://www.discoverafrica.com/herdtracker/

#Serengeti #Tanzania #HerdTracker #OnSafari
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03 Jan 2018 HerdTracker Update:

The migratory herds were sighted grazing and preparing to give birth to newborn calves in the southern Serengeti near Lake Ndutu. View map: https://www.discoverafrica.com/herdtracker/

#Serengeti #Ndutu #Migration #HerdTracker #OnSafari
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27 Dec 2017 HerdTracke Update

The plains between the Hidden Valley and the Ndutu area is covered by the wildebeest.

As the name implies, the Hidden Valley is a secret spot that is far from any road. The Valley is a depression and water catchment area in the plains, located about 14 miles northwest of Ndutu.

View map: https://www.discoverafrica.com/herdtracker/

Credit: Ranger Baraka Willium

#Migration #Serengeti #OnSafari #HerdTracker
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21 Dec 2017 HerdTracker Update:

Currently, a massive herd of the Migration is in the eastern Seronera around the Ndutu area, heading towards the northern Ngorongoro Crater for the calving season in January, all the way through to April.

They are feeding on the fresh, short grass.

View map: https://www.discoverafrica.com/herdtracker/

Credit: Ranger Baraka Willium

#Migration #Tanzania #HerdTracker
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Did you know? 'Omo' is the only pale giraffe we are currently aware of in Tanzania. She is named after a popular local brand of detergent.

She is now old enough to avoid the threat of lions and hyena but faces risks of being taken down as a rare prize for hunters and poachers.

#DiscoverAfrica #HerdTracker #Tanzania #OnSafari

https://www.discoverafrica.com/
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16 December 2017 Update!

The wildebeest herds have been sighted migrating through the western Lobo area. In the next three to four weeks, the herds will be following the rain, returning to the short-grass plains of the Ndutu area.

Important to note is that Ndutu Safari Lodge is in the centre of the migration within the Ndutu area. View map: https://www.discoverafrica.com/herdtracker/#map

Credit: Emanuel Melubo Mamasita
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He needed to get a better view — or maybe he really likes crowd-surfing

#PhotoOfTheDay #Migration #Wildebeest #HerdTracker #MasaiMara
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