The Great Masai Mara gnu Migration: Masai Mara, Kenya

Posted on November 22, 2013. Filed under: Masai Mara wildebeest Migration, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , |

The Great Maasai Mara Gnu Migration
In a dramatic shift, the gnu and equid herds are back from northern Serengeti wherever that they had stirred to following some mid-season rains in Oct. The herds had plausible the time to relocate to the Serengeti had come back, however, native rains within the Mara scheme has modified that. The plains ar currently greened with contemporary grass and luscious shots. If the weather continues like this, there’s a chance of gnu birthing within the Mara like in 1998.

The gnus are moving north of Mara Intrepids Camp through the Olare Orok Conservancy and across police force Plain all the way down to Sand stream. The gnu and zebras are all over, with crocodiles and different predators enjoying to their full.

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