Reporting Date: 14.07.2012
This year the Mara/Serengeti ecosystem has received alot of rainfall. Generally by end of June every year the mega herds of wildebeest find their way into the Mara and stay around until late October. Due to heavy rainfall in the month of May the wildebeest are sweeping the extensive Serengeti plains slower than they normally would.
We are expecting our first herd to cross Sand river anytime between 24-48 hours. The huge herd is between Mbologoja and sand river. Another huge herd is slowly sweeping the western corridor of Serengeti and is expected to cross sand river in a weeks time.