The Loita migration is quite dormant. The resident Gnu migration hasn't moved into the Loita Hills for the past 10 years due to human settlement in the area.
The Gnus have resided in the northeast conservancies including the Mara North, Olare Orok, Lemek and the Naibosho.
The wildebeest cows have started calving with the small herds in the Lemek and Mara North conservancies. However, a large number are further east in the Naibosho and Olare conservancies.
Credit: Governors Camp Manager, Patrick Reynolds
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