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12 Nov 2018

November might bring rain, but it's still a good time to see the wildebeest in the Serengeti. Most of the herds have moved back into the Serengeti and can be found in the Lobo, Mbuze Mawe and Seronera Valley areas.

Safari guide Elia Edward spotted the herds crossing point number 7 back into the Southern Serengeti. 

Cooler weather with showers are to be expected. 

- Image by HerdTracker
01 Oct 2018

October is normally a good time to see the wildebeest herds move back into the Serengeti. However, this year, the herds returned early to the Serengeti due to unseasonal rains in the Maasai Mara, Kenya. 

Safari guide Elia Edward captured a huge crossing of the wildebeest at point number 6 in the Mara River, Northern Serengeti. 

25 Sep 2018

Live from the plains of the Northern Serengeti National Park. Hear from safari guide Elia Edward! The sights and sounds of the Great Wildebeest Migration did not disappoint. 

- Image by Elia Edward
16 Sep 2018

The herds are moving back to the Serengeti and Mara Triangle from the Masai Mara Game Reserve due to huge fires around the Lookout Hill. Safari guide Elia Edward captured the great migration crossing point number 7 on the Serengeti Plains. 

- Image by Elia Edward
14 Sep 2018

The dusty Mara River crossing by endless herds of wildebeest and zebra was captured in the Serengeti at crossing point number 7. 

Credit: Ranger, Elia Edward 

01 Sep 2018

Ranger Elia Edward witnessed the wildebeest crossing the Mara River at point number 7 in the Northern Serengeti. Little did he know that the crossing would last almost two hours! 

- Image by HerdTracker
24 Aug 2018

The wildebeest fight for survival against a Nile crocodile at point number 2 in the Mara River on the Serengeti plains. 

Credit: Ranger, Elia Edward

23 Aug 2018

Asilia Africa ranger Elia Edward captured an amazing scene of thousands of wildebeest crossing the Mara River from the Serengeti plains. The herds were moving from the Nyamalumbwa and Gardenia Valley area -  following rain showers on the Kenya side.

- Image by Elia Edward
21 Aug 2018

Safari guide Elia Edwards was also fortunate to sight the herds crossing point number 4 in the Mara River. 

19 Aug 2018

Asilia Africa ranger Elia Edward, witnessed thousands of gnus crossing point number 7 during his morning game drives. 

- Image by Elia Edward
15 Aug 2018

Big crossing continues in the Northern Serengeti! Safari guide Elia Edward witnessed thousands of wildebeest crossing point number 7 in the Mara River. 

- Image by Elia Edward
04 Aug 2018

Safari guide Elia Edward captured a massive herd crossing point number 4 in the Mara River. 

- Image by Elia Edward
31 Jul 2018

With the current rains dropping every evening for the last few days in the Masai Mara. Part of the migrating wildebeest herds moved north-west of the Lookout Hill, while another herd is migrating in the north-east of the Lookout Hill area. 

Credit: Ranger Onesmus Ole Irungu

- Image by Onesmus Ole Irungu
- Image by Onesmus Ole Irungu
26 Jul 2018

Safari guide, Onesmus Ole Irungu reported that thousands of wildebeest and zebra have started to check in the Maasai Mara from the Serengeti. 

- Image by Onesmus Ole Irungu
- Image by Onesmus Ole Irungu
22 Jul 2018

Safari guide Elia Edward was one of the first people to witness the first Mara River crossing at Point number 8. 

- Image by HerdTracker
21 Jul 2018

Safari guide, Elia Edward captured the migration during his morning game drives at Makutano, close to the Mara River. 

The Makutano area is very busy with daily crossings from point number 4 to number 9. 

18 Jul 2018

Safari guide Elia Edward reported a small crossing at number eight and a big number around Bologonja River.

The first smaller herds of wildebeest and zebra have crossed over into the Maasai Mara whilst the majority have made it to the Northern Serengeti gathering along the river getting ready for the great crossing into the Maasai Mara. Rush hour is upon us and we can't wait!

- Image by Elia Edward
- Image by Elia Edward
29 May 2018

Ranger Elia Edward captured a herd of zebra and wildebeest migration in the Naabi Hill, during his morning game drive. 

15 May 2018

It's raining heavily in the Serengeti, mainly in the western area.

Safari guide, Leverd Enock spotted the herds migrating in the south of Ndutu and some in the Maswa area. 

- Image by Joy Safari Bay
06 May 2018

A large group of the wildebeest and zebra were seen moving past the Namiri Plains, heading north.

Credit: Safari guide, Leverd Enock

- Image by Ombeni Kanuya
30 Apr 2018

A large herd of the wildebeest is migrating within the Gol Kopjes, close to the Naabi Hills. 

Credit: Ranger, Elia Edward

30 Apr 2018

Heavy rains continues in the Serengeti while the wildebeest herds are scattered between the Gol Kopjes and the Barafu area.

Credit: Namiri Plains Camp Ranger, Noel Akyoo

25 Apr 2018

Due to the heavy rains in Kenya, the rivers are flooded and the Loita migration is enjoying the lush green grass in the Naboisho Conservancy. 

Credit: Ranger, Nicholas Semeyioi

18 Apr 2018

Due to the heavy rain in the Maasai Mara, the Loita migration is still roaming in the Naboisho Conservancy.

Credit: Ranger, Senchura Kaleku

26 Mar 2018

There's a good number of the Loita migration in the Naboisho Conservancy and more to the east. 

Credit: Rekero Camp safari guide, Senchura Kaleku

20 Mar 2018

The Loita migration are dropping their newly-born calves in the Naboisho Conservancy and the Loita Plains. 

Rekero Camp safari guide Senchura Kaleku reported, "the annual wildebeest migration might start late this year in Kenya due to the heavy rains that we're now experiencing. The idea of the migration is primarily in search of pastures, so if the rain continues up until May, then the migration might start late in Kenya as they'll still be enjoying the green in the Serengeti."

13 Mar 2018

Elia Edward captured the migration at its best in the Central Serengeti, Seronera Valley. 

19 Feb 2018

February is the month to expect scenes of delight with newborns finding their feet and predators arriving to prey on the young.

It is not only the older, more-experienced predators who will have the chance to see through. They too have co-ordinated their birthing times to coincide with the birth of their prey so that their young also have the highest chances of survival.

With thousands of baby wildebeest running around, it is much easier for a mother cheetah, lion or leopard to find a meal for their hungry cubs as well as give them the opportunity to learn how to hunt for themselves by practicing on young calves before they have to go out and fend for themselves. Young cubs learn valuable lessons during this time which is crucial to their success. 

Credit: Ranger, Elia Edward

17 Feb 2018

Last week was rather quiet as the great herds with their calves kicked up their heels and followed the smells of the rains in the Kusini area. However, in the last few days, the guides have seen herds turning once more towards Moru Kopjes. 

The herds provided the guides with some lovely entertainment throughout the day coming from the Ndutu area. 

Credit: Ranger, Elia Edward

- Image by Elia Edward
16 Feb 2018

As the dry season approaches, the south Serengeti's (Ndutu area) landscape becomes more arid. 

The wildebeest herds begins moving faster in search of water and greener grass, making their way across the southwest Serengeti (Maswa Game Reserve and Serengeti moru Kopjes). 

Credit: Olakira Camp safari guide, Mwinshehe Yustus Mangwangi 

- Image by Mwinshehe Yustus Mangwangi
- Image by Mwinshehe Yustus Mangwangi
14 Feb 2018

Rekero Camp safari guide, Nicholas Semeyioi Kiswaa witnessed a large number of the Loita migration in the Naboisho Conservancy earlier today.

- Image by Nicholas Semeyioi Kiswaa
- Image by Nicholas Semeyioi Kiswaa
- Image by Nicholas Semeyioi Kiswaa
- Image by Nicholas Semeyioi Kiswaa
- Image by Nicholas Semeyioi Kiswaa
- Image by Nicholas Semeyioi Kiswaa
- Image by Nicholas Semeyioi Kiswaa
- Image by Nicholas Semeyioi Kiswaa
13 Feb 2018

It took exactly three minutes for this newborn wildebeest to stand up and walk this morning.

Credit: Naboisho Camp

08 Feb 2018

The HerdTracker February Review: Our Guide of the Month!

Ranger at Asilia Africa, Elia Edward 

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02 Feb 2018

Safari guide, Elia Edward, spotted a big herd during his morning game drive in the Kusini area. 

- Image by Elia Edward
- Image by Elia Edward
- Image by Elia Edward
01 Feb 2018

This morning I drove to the Lake Masek and stopped, taking in the magnificent scene! 

Zebras and wildebeests were gathered in front of me, but we were able to focus on just one as she gave birth. 

Having been unceremoniously dumped into the howling wind, the poor little thing shivered and wobbled uncertainly before taking its first few steps.

Credit: Safari guide, Elia Edward 

31 Jan 2018

We are experiencing outstanding game drives sighting massive herds of wildebeest and zebra migrating in the Lake Masek area of the Serengeti National Park.

For the last few week or so, we've encountered a steady and consistent movement in the area.

Credit: Safari guide, Elia Edward 

22 Jan 2018

Safari Guide, Elia Edward was on a game drive when he saw a herd of the wildebeest and zebra migrating just outside the Ubuntu Camp heading towards Olibayee. With the ongoing rain forecast in the Kusini area, it's no suprise that the herds are advancing into this area. 

Meanwhile, a small group of the migrating herds are stuck in the Hidden Valley enjoying the short grass plains. 

- Image by Elia Edward
19 Jan 2018

Ubuntu Camp guide, Elia Edward captured the stunning wildebeest and zebra migration in the Kusini Camp during his morning game drive.

19 Jan 2018

Hundreds of wildebeest and zebra migration herds were sighted enjoying the nutritious green grass in the Kusini Camp. 

Credit: Ubuntu Camp safari guide, Elia Edward

18 Jan 2018

A good number of the wildebeest were sighted migrating through the airstrip of the Kusini Camp, on their way from the Ndutu area. 

Credit: Ubuntu Camp Ranger, Elia Edward

- Image by Elia Edward
- Image by Elia Edward
08 Jan 2018

There's still lots of rain around the Ndutu area.

Today, Ubuntu Camp Guide, Elia Edward shared the stunning footage of the wildebeest migration in the Ndutu plains moving towards the Naabi Hills area. 

20 Dec 2017

A big herd of the wildebeest was seen at Semeto, heading towards Namiri Camp.

Namiri Camp is tucked away in a grove of fever trees and offers breathtaking views of the sweeping plains. Namiri Plains is an intimate tented camp in the central Seronera, which is known as one of the most reliable-game viewing areas within the Serengeti National Park. It is a safe haven for cheetah, which can be seen in unsurpassed numbers on daily game drives. 

Credit: Namiri Camp General Manager, Diana Mshanga.

11 Dec 2017

Currently, the herds are in the south of the western corridor. Mostly in the Maswa Game Reserve from the plains through to the woodlands at Mbono. The closest camp is Mbono Tented Camp.

Credit: Ranger Heribert Mardai 

- Image by Heribert Mardai
- Image by Heribert Mardai
11 May 2017

Hi HerdTracker

The herds are currently at Seronera, Serengeti National Park. 

They will be in the Mara by mid-June.

27 Mar 2017

Hi HerdTracker

Naboisho is looking beautiful with the calves running around the plains. Here are some pics.

Kind Regards,

Tim

Calving season in Naboisho
Calving season in Naboisho - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Calving season in Naboisho
Calving season in Naboisho - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Calving season in Naboisho
Calving season in Naboisho - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Calving season in Naboisho
Calving season in Naboisho - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Calving season in Naboisho
Calving season in Naboisho - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Calving season in Naboisho
Calving season in Naboisho - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Calving season in Naboisho
Calving season in Naboisho - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Calving season in Naboisho
Calving season in Naboisho - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Calving season in Naboisho
Calving season in Naboisho - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Calving season in Naboisho
Calving season in Naboisho - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
13 Mar 2017

Hi HerdTracker

A few wildebeest were in the area for a week ago, but they seems to be moving around heading further south of our camp, very few remaining in the area and some of the zebras.

Regards,
Mark

13 Mar 2017

Hi HerdTracker

With over two weeks of rains, the Mara grassland is beaming with fresh lush green grass and flowers blossoming. Carnivores and herbivores are happy!

Kind Regards,
Onesmus

Wildlife in the Mara
Wildlife in the Mara - Image by
Wildlife in the Mara
Wildlife in the Mara - Image by
Wildlife in the Mara
Wildlife in the Mara - Image by
01 Mar 2017

We have been seen hundreds of wildebeest near Namiri Plains as there have been some rains in the area.

Some have started giving birth and there are lots of babies around!

Thank you to Epimark for the images.

Hundreds of wildebeest near Namiri Plains
Hundreds of wildebeest near Namiri Plains - Image by Epimark
Rain in the Serengeti
Rain in the Serengeti - Image by Epimark
Hundreds of wildebeest near Namiri Plains
Hundreds of wildebeest near Namiri Plains - Image by Epimark
09 Feb 2017

Asilia Africa took this stunning picture of the herds close to their Namiri Plains Camp!

The herds are close to Asilia Namiri Plains Camp
The herds are close to Asilia Namiri Plains Camp - Image by Asilia Africa
29 Dec 2016

Hi HerdTracker

The wildebeests calving season has already begun in Masai Mara, we are spotting mamas with newborn babies everyday here at Mara North, Lemek and Olchorouwa Conservancies. They seem to be ahead of game of their cousins in Serengeti who normally drop their babies in February. 

Kind Regards
Onesmus
 

Calving season has started in the Mara North
Calving season has started in the Mara North - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Calving season has started in the Mara North
Calving season has started in the Mara North - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Calving season has started in the Mara North
Calving season has started in the Mara North - Image by Onesmus Irungu
21 Nov 2016

Hi HerdTracker

We confirmed that wildebeest cant read! South of Look Out Hill filled with big herds.

Regards,
Onesmus

Look Out Hill filled with wildebeest
Look Out Hill filled with wildebeest - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Look Out Hill filled with wildebeest
Look Out Hill filled with wildebeest - Image by Onesmus Irungu
18 Nov 2016

Hi HerdTracker

Just when we thought the river crossing season has finished, I witnessed this crossing at Lookout Hill earlier this week. Looks like the rain in the Mara has confused the herds!

Thanks,
Mohammed Billow

Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill - Image by Mohammed Billow
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill - Image by Mohammed Billow
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill - Image by Mohammed Billow
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill - Image by Mohammed Billow
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill - Image by Mohammed Billow
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill - Image by Mohammed Billow
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill - Image by Mohammed Billow
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill - Image by Mohammed Billow
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill - Image by Mohammed Billow
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at Lookout Hill - Image by Mohammed Billow
28 Oct 2016

Hi HerdTracker,

Here's an image of the stragglers, the last tail of the migration. There are a few thousand wildebeests and zebras filled the Rongai short grass plains. Its a lovely stop-over since the area was burned few months ago, hence the area is full of new delicious shoots.

Regards,
Onesmus

the last tail of the migration
The last tail of the migration - Image by Onesmus Irungu
19 Oct 2016

Hi HerdTracker

This morning at Rongai Plains, we spotted a big herd of zebra and wildebeest spread all over the short grass plains (the area which was burned). The area looks beautiful from both the wildlife and the new grass sprouting after last weeks rains.

Regards,
Onesmus

Zebra and wildebeest spread all over Rongai Plains
Zebra and wildebeest spread all over Rongai Plains - Image by Onesmus Irungu
11 Oct 2016

Hi HerdTracker

Here are some photos we took at about 13:00, when about a thousand wildebeest and three hundred zebra crossed at crossing point number one near the Mara Serena Hotel. 

Regards,
Siddharth Bhatnagar
 

Wildebeest crossing the Mara River - Image by Siddharth Bhatnagar
Wildebeest crossing the Mara River
Wildebeest crossing the Mara River - Image by Siddharth Bhatnagar
Wildebeest crossing the Mara River
Wildebeest crossing the Mara River - Image by Siddharth Bhatnagar
27 Sep 2016

Hi HerdTracker

Seems like the last batch of the big herd is gradually moving south/south west, few thousands also crossing Mara river everyday on their way back to Serengeti, rains pouring every evening hence influencing the movement of the beasts (big herd now at Topi Plains).

Kind Regards
Onesmus
 

Big herd at Topi Plains
Big herd at Topi Plains - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Wildebeest crossing the Mara River
Wildebeest crossing the Mara River - Image by
Wildebeest crossing the Mara River
Wildebeest crossing the Mara River - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Big herd at Topi Plains
- Image by Onesmus Irungu
Big herd at Topi Plains
- Image by Onesmus Irungu
22 Sep 2016

Hi HerdTracker

The big herds are still stuck at the Olare Orok Conservancy, we have been experiencing a decent amount of rain every evening for the last three days, Not everyone makes it safely to the promised land, this time round, a topi was not lucky.

Kind Regards
Onesmus
 

Big herds in the Olare Orok Conservancy
- Image by Onesmus Irungu
Big herds in the Olare Orok Conservancy
- Image by
Nile crocodile takes down a Topi
Nile crocodile takes down a Topi - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Nile crocodile takes down a Topi
Nile crocodile takes down a Topi - Image by Onesmus Irungu
22 Sep 2016

Hi HerdTracker,

Here are some images of yesterday's mini crossing just near the main crossing point. The crocodiles had a feast, prompting the herds to be fewer in numbers.

Regards,
Tim
 

Wildebeest cross the Mara River
Wildebeest cross the Mara River - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Wildebeest cross the Mara River
Wildebeest cross the Mara River - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Wildebeest cross the Mara River
Wildebeest cross the Mara River - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Wildebeest cross the Mara River
Wildebeest cross the Mara River - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Wildebeest cross the Mara River
Wildebeest cross the Mara River - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Wildebeest cross the Mara River
Wildebeest cross the Mara River - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Wildebeest cross the Mara River
Wildebeest cross the Mara River - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Wildebeest cross the Mara River
Wildebeest cross the Mara River - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Wildebeest cross the Mara River
Wildebeest cross the Mara River - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Wildebeest cross the Mara River
Wildebeest cross the Mara River - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
20 Sep 2016

Hi HerdTracker, 

Yesterday, a couple of thousand wildebeests crossed at Cul de sac crossing from the Reserve to the mara triangle on their way back to Serengeti.

Kind Regards
Onesmus
 

Thousands of wildebeests crossed at Cul de Sac crossing point - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Thousands of wildebeests crossed at Cul de Sac crossing point
Thousands of wildebeests crossed at Cul de Sac crossing point - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Thousands of wildebeests crossed at Cul de Sac crossing point - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Thousands of wildebeests crossed at Cul de Sac crossing point
Thousands of wildebeests crossed at Cul de Sac crossing point - Image by Onesmus Irungu
13 Sep 2016

Hi HerdTracker,

The herds are crossing over to Mara Triangle at the Cul de Sac crossing point.

Thanks,
Onesmus 

Mara River crossings at the Cul de Sac crossing point
Mara River crossings at the Cul de Sac crossing point - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Mara River crossings at the Cul de Sac crossing point
Mara River crossings at the Cul de Sac crossing point - Image by Onesmus Irungu
09 Sep 2016

Hi HerdTracker

Indeed it was one of the MEGA crossings for the better part of today!

Even more fascinating is that they were crossing from the Mara Triangle (South west) into the reserve heading towards Mara North, Olare Orok and Naboisho Conservancies! This just means we still have a chance to enjoy the migration for few coming weeks.

Regards,
Onesmus

Mega crossings at the Mara River
Mega crossings at the Mara River - Image by
Mega crossings at the Mara River
Mega crossings at the Mara River - Image by
08 Sep 2016

Hi HerdTracker

Mara river crossings still happening. Some crossing over to Mara Triangle en-route to Serengeti, interestingly some are doing opposite by crossing from Mara Triangle to the Reserve. This has been triggered by the rains we have been experiencing for the last two days.

Kind Regards,
Onesmus

Wildebeest crossing the Mara River
Wildebeest crossing the Mara River - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Wildebeest crossing the Mara River
Wildebeest crossing the Mara River - Image by Onesmus Irungu
01 Sep 2016

Hi HerdTracker

The Mara River crossings still happening at Cul de Sac crossing point. The herds are still moving from the Reserve to the Mara Triangle Conservancy, meanwhile hundred of thousands of the migrating herd are still stuck at Mara Triangle enjoying the short grass plains, rain clouds starting to form.

Kind Regards,
Onesmus
 

Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Wildebeest in the Mara Triangle
Wildebeest in the Mara Triangle - Image by Onesmus Irungu
04 Aug 2016

Hi HerdTracker

There are big herds patrolling the Savannah. the main crossing and cul de sac crossing points were deserted as the big herds moved south west from Rongai area to the Mara Triangle Conservancy.

A small herd crossed from the Mara Triangle to the Mara Reserve at the Kichwa Tembo crossing point.

Kind Regards
Onesmus
 

The herds in the Mara Triangle Conservancy
The herds in the Mara Triangle Conservancy - Image by Onesmus Irungu
The herds in the Mara Triangle Conservancy
The herds in the Mara Triangle Conservancy - Image by Onesmus Irungu
04 Aug 2016

Asilia Africa guide Timothy Leperes Laur took these images of a crossing at Lookout Hill.

Crossings at Lookout Hill
Crossings at Lookout Hill - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Crossings at Lookout Hill
Crossings at Lookout Hill - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Crossings at Lookout Hill
Crossings at Lookout Hill - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Crossings at Lookout Hill
Crossings at Lookout Hill - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Crossings at Lookout Hill
Crossings at Lookout Hill - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
Crossings at Lookout Hill
Crossings at Lookout Hill - Image by Timothy Leperes Laur
27 Jul 2016

Asilia Rekero Camp guide Onesmus Irungu took these images of the wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at the cul de sac crossing point. 

Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at the cul de sac crossing point
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at the cul de sac crossing point - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at the cul de sac crossing point
Wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River at the cul de sac crossing point - Image by Onesmus Irungu
14 Jul 2016

Hi HerdTracker

Here are some images of the herds crossing the Mara River at the Look-out Hill crossing point.

Kind Regards,
Onesmus

Wildebeest migration crossings at Look-out Hill
Wildebeest migration crossings at Look-out Hill - Image by Onesmus Irungu
Wildebeest migration crossings at Look-out Hill
Wildebeest migration crossings at Look-out Hill - Image by Onesmus Irungu
11 Jul 2016

Hi HerdTracker

Wildebeest, topi and zebra crossed the Talek River yesterday, 100 metres from the dining area at Rekero Asilia Camp.

Kind Regards,
Onesmus

Wildebeest, topi and zebra cross the Talek River
- Image by Onesmus Irungu

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