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A herd of migrating wildebeest were seen in the Gol Kopjes, south-east of the Serengeti. 

Credit: Serengeti Cheetah Project Project Manager, Dennis Minja

- Image by Dennis Minja
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Serengeti Cheetah Project Manager, Dennis Minja shared the stunning footage of the wildebeest migration in the Gol Kopjes, south-east of the Serengeti. 

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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. 

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

Credit: Sidai Africa Safaris owner, Emanuel Melubo Mamasita 

- Image by Emanuel Melubo Mamasita
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Yesterday, David Sulle was travelling to Mwanza, through the Serengeti and came across a good number of the wildebeest near the Naabi Hills. 

They were coming from the northern part of the Serengeti and Loliondo. 

- Image by David G.Sulle
- Image by David G.Sulle
- Image by David G.Sulle
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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. 

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Did you know? The great wildebeest migration has a little brother called the Loita migration!

They were seen over the weekend and this morning in the Olare Orok Conservancy, Kenya. 

Although the Loita migration does not cross the Mara River to go south into the Serengeti, it still provides an incredible migration experience at an incredible time of the year with wonderful interaction and you can enjoy private conservancies that offer walking, night drives and off-road driving. This all makes visiting the Masai Mara for the Loita migration worth your while.

Credit: Porini Lion Camp Manager, Patrick Wachira

- Image by Patrick Wachira
- Image by Patrick Wachira
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The migratory herds were sighted grazing and preparing to give birth to newborn calves in the southern Serengeti near Lake Ndutu. 

Credit: Sidai Africa Safaris owner, Emanuel Melubo Mamasita 

- Image by Emanuel Melubo Mamasita
- Image by Emanuel Melubo Mamasita
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