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The triangle of the Hidden Valley is surrounded by thousands of wildebeest. 

In the meantime, a small group of zebra is migrating between the Naabi Hill Gate to Simba Kopjes. The herds will soon be on the move!

Credit: Ranger, Mbaraka Mkwepo

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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

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A big group of the migration is in the Central Serengeti, Seronera. The herds will be migrating to the Seronera area in May. 

Once the long rains (as they are known locally) are steady, the herds will head north all the way towards the Mara, with some herds moving quickly to the Serengeti's western corridor. 

Credit: Ranger, Ken Leyian

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A large number of the wildebeest and zebra are spread around the Shamba la Maharage, heading towards the Hidden Valley and the Kusini area. 

Credit: Ranger, Charles Mwanisawa

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Dennis Minja just returned from his morning game drive and reported that it's been a peaceful morning in the Serengeti. 

He spotted a good number of herds roaming in the Barafu Kopjes, where they seem to be enjoying the fresh new grass.

- Image by Dennis Minja
- Image by Dennis Minja
- Image by Dennis Minja
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Due to the heavy rain in the Maasai Mara, the Loita migration is still roaming in the Naboisho Conservancy.

Credit: Ranger, Senchura Kaleku

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With loads of rain in the Ndutu area, the wildebeest are in green grass heaven! The plains and the woodlands around Ndutu are full.

The last few days, the Ndutu Safari Lodge has been surrounded by peaceful grazing of the wildebeest and zebra. In the meantime, the Lake Ndutu is full and deep too, which makes the daily lake crossing quite dramatic. 

Credit: Lodge Manager, Ainslie

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The wildebeest herds are scattered all the way from the Ndutu, Gol, Naabi Hills and Mawe ya Simba, up to the Namiri Plains.

In the meantime, hundreds of zebra are heading towards the Seronera area. 

Credit: General Manager Serengeti Pioneer Camp, Simon Kisangi

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Heavy rains continue to fall in the Serengeti plains.

Thousands of wildebeest and zebra were seen on the Namiri Plains enjoying the lush, green grass. 

Credit: Ranger, Baraka Willium

- Image by Baraka Willium
- Image by Baraka Willium
- Image by Baraka Willium
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The migration were spotted moving slowly into the Gol Kopjes area. The herds are scattered throughout Naabi Hill Gate to the Gol Kopjes area, due to the heavy rains in the Serengeti. 

Credit: Ranger, Bahati Martin Laizer

- Image by Bahati Martin Laizer
- Image by Bahati Martin Laizer
- Image by Bahati Martin Laizer
- Image by Bahati Martin Laizer
- Image by Bahati Martin Laizer
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As safari guide Mohammed Hassan was driving from the central Serengeti, he witnessed a big herd in the Naabi heading towards the Gol Kopjes area.

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The Serengeti throughout the Arusha area has been experiencing heavy rainfall over the past five days. With the ongoing rain forecast, the migrating is scattered in the Central Serengeti.

A large number of the wildebeest is scattered in the Gol Kopjes and a small number at the Naabi Hill Gate.  

Credit: Sidai Africa Safaris owner, Emanuel Melubo Mamasita 

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