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HerdTracker update from Great Plains Conservation

HerdTracker updates from Great Plains Conservation

Great Plains Conservation | 

23 Jan 2018

Loita wildebeest and zebra have split into three groups

Following the unexpected rains in the Mara, the Loita wildebeest and zebra have split into three groups.

  • A good number of the Loita wildebeest are in the Loita plains, following the recent rains. 
  • A group of the Loita zebra are migrating in the Mara North Conservancy.
  • And the majority of the migration are migrating in the Maasai Mara National Reserve, south of the Mara Expedition. 

Credit: Mara Expedition Camp, Assistant Manager, John Parmasau

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Great Plains Conservation | 

14 Dec 2015

Two of Selinda Reserve’s pride males crossing a channel.

Two of Selinda Reserve's pride males crossing a channel. These two are powerful and have a close bond. It's always a treat seeing them.

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14 Oct 2014

Thousands of wildebeest grazing on the lush grass

Morning Carel, The Loita herds have been on the plains right in front of camp for the past 2 days. Thousands of wildebeest grazing on the lush green grass. They seem to be happy here for now but “talk” is that they might start heading back south in a couple days. Attached a cool picture of the wildebeest in sunset. Picture taken from camp! Regards, Amy

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01 Jan 1970

The Loita herds have arrived

Morning Carel – The Loita herds have been on the plains right in front of camp for the past 2 days. Thousands of wildebeest grazing on the lush green grass. They seem to be happy here for now but “talk” is that they might start heading back south in a couple days. Attached a cool picture of the wildebeest in sunset. Picture taken from camp! Regards, Amy

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01 Oct 2014

Herds moving south down towards Olkiombo

Hi Carel – On the 28th & 29th we had some big rain after which the herds around camp were in their thousands, all the way from Musiara to the northern side of rhino ridge and into Olare Motorogi Conservancy. Yesterday, coming from Olkiombo, they were still up on rhino ridge all the way to the Ntiakitiak River, we still have a large number on the plains in front of camp. The herds do seem to be moving south down towards Olkiombo. Regards Shaun – Mara Plains Camp Manager

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