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16 May 2016
We have large numbers of wildebeest and zebra all round the lodge, spreading all the way through the woodland to where our shortcut road meets the Lobo road. From there, there are also huge numbers scattered all the way to Togoro Plains.
Huge herds have arrived at Four Seasons - Image by Oliver Dreike
Large numbers of wildebeest and zebra all round the lodge - Image by
The wildebeest migration at the Four Seasons Serengeti - Image by Oliver Dreike
There are also huge numbers scattered all the way to Togoro Plains - Image by Oliver Dreike
Wildebeest and zebra close to Four Seasons - Image by Oliver Dreike
The herds around the Four Seasons Serengeti - Image by Oliver Dreike
22 Mar 2016
After flying into and driving through Seronera yesterday, we saw long lines and big mixed herds of wildebeest and zebra on the plains south of Seronera and drinking along the Seronera River.
Wildebeest and zebra on the plains south of Seronera - Image by Oliver Dreike
Long lines of wildebeest and zebra in Seronera - Image by Oliver Dreike
11 Nov 2015
I just got back from a meeting in Seronera and drove through some quite big, scattered groups of wildebeest along our access road, especially near the Lodge and the Ikoma Circuit, where they seem to be enjoying the fresh new grass that has come up in the past few weeks, especially in the areas that were burned earlier in the year.
We did not see many other wildebeest north of Seronera, but some eland and other good game along the way. We had more good rains last night, and as I type we are in the midst of another good downpour, lots of green grass everywhere!
Scattered groups of wildebeest along the Four Seasons access road - Image by Oliver Dreike
06 Nov 2015
No rain for a couple of days, but the area around the Lodge is getting greener by the day. Long lines of wildebeest can be seen in the distance heading south, and large numbers being seen as guests drive from Seronera to Four Seasons, with several carcasses being washed up in the Orangi River.
One of our guides - Priscus Sulle - took this photo yesterday as a long line heading south ,around the Maasai Kopje's area, and he said that there are wildebeest as far south as Simba Kopjes.
Long lines of wildebeest from Seronera to Four Seasons - Image by Priscus Sulle
02 Nov 2015
We've had some good rains again the past two afternoons and things are greening up. The big herds are still around our access road and along the main road between Ikoma Gate and Seronera.
Yesterday, our guests enjoyed flying over big herds of wildebeest with Serengeti Balloon Safaris in the Seronera area.
29 Oct 2015
I just heard from guests driving in from Frankfurt Zoological Society in Seronera that there are massive herds of zebra and wildebeest heading this way and south. They found them all along our access road and the main road between Seronera and Ikoma about 15 km from Four Seasons.
Some good rains the past few days seems to have brought them this way from the west. Lets hope they stick around as the grass greens up.
09 Oct 2015
I was just chatting to one of the guides and he told me that over the weekend some big crossings took place and then, during the week the herds started moving south, through Ikorongo and the Grumeti Game Reserve.
There's a large herds towards the west and on the way to Seronera - Retima and Serena as of yesterday afternoon. It also looked like it rained over that way recently, but still pretty dry around us, despite a few showers this past week, so I imagine the herds are looking for greener pastures.
Even so we have has a few smaller herds of zebra and wildebeest visiting our waterhole yesterday and this morning.
Small herd around the waterhole at the Four Seasons - Image by Oliver Dreike
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